Alec Baldwin Gets Bad News in Lawsuit Following the Fatal Movie Set Shooting

OPINION | This article contains political commentary which reflects the author's opinion.

Alec Baldwin filed to dismiss one of the lawsuits against him, which was filed by attorney Gloria Allred who represents Mamie Mitchell.

Mitchell was working as the script supervisor leading up to the events that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza.

Fox News obtained a copy of a motion filed by Baldwin and other producers to have the court toss the lawsuit.

In response, Baldwin instantly received bad news as Allred confirmed to Fox News that they intend to proceed to court.

In an email, Allred writes, “The defendants who filed the demurrer are trying to avoid explaining their conduct before a judge and a jury in a court of law.”

“We intend to vigorously oppose their demurrer, and we believe that we should be allowed to proceed,” she added.

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR ENTERTAINMENT NEWSLETTER

“Rust” producers declined to comment further.

In a motion obtained by Fox News Digital, Baldwin and other producers have requested that the court toss the complaint “without leave to amend.”

“Rust” producers declined to comment further as it appears their motion to dismiss the lawsuit may soon fail.

More from Fox News:

In her suit, Mitchell claimed assault, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and deliberate infliction of harm.

The newest motion suggests that Mitchell’s own allegations in her suit fail “to state facts sufficient to constitute a cause of action.”

Furthermore, the motion asks for the dismissal on the ground that “despite Plaintiff’s [Mitchell’s] attempt to label claims as intentional, nothing about Plaintiff’s allegations suggest that any of Defendants intentionally committed harmful conduct under New Mexico law.”

The docs claim that Mitchell conceded that the gun – which was being held by Baldwin – “was not intended to be loaded with ‘live ammunition’” when it unexpectedly discharged, resulting in Hutchins’ death and Souza’s injury – indicating that her claims of intentional conduct are untrue.

“Moreover, Plaintiff’s claims should be dismissed because she does not allege any facts whatsoever against Defendants Rust Movie Productions, LLC, Ryan Donnell Smith, Langley Allen Cheney, Thomasville Pictures, LLC, Anjul Nigam, Matthew DelPiano, Cavalry Media, Inc. … or El Dorado Pictures, Inc.,” the docs continued. “None of those individual or entity defendants are even mentioned in the factual allegations, much less alleged to have been involved in intentional conduct.”

The demurrer was filed “after Defendants met and conferred with Plaintiff in good faith,” the docs read.

Listen to "Mock and Daisy's Common Sense Cast" on Spreaker. A lot of common sense, no bull sense. Get Mock and Daisy’s UNIQUE take on the world, from the dinner table to the swamp on the new Mock and Daisy Common Sense Cast. Listen on Apple Podcasts, iHeart or your favorite podcast app!