Former Armorer On ‘Rust’ Movie Set Charged With Felony Firearm Possession


Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, previously an armorer and props expert for the movie “Rust,” faces a new legal issue with an unrelated charge of unlawful firearm possession. This charge stems from an incident on October 1st a few years ago, where Gutierrez-Reed reportedly had a firearm inside a liquor store, The Matador, in Santa Fe, as per court documents.

This incident adds to her existing charges from June, which include manslaughter and evidence tampering, classified as a fourth-degree felony. During filming of the movie, one person was killed and another injured when a ‘prop gun’ was fired by Alec Baldwin.


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