Alec Baldwin heads out with his children after Instagram rant


Alec Baldwin has been spotted out with his children and their nanny in the Hamptons following his lengthy ‘cancel culture’ Instagram rant in which defended Woody Allen and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.

The Hollywood actor, 62, was pictured out with at least three of his children on Monday. 

The father-of-seven carried one of his sons on his shoulders for the outing, while two others walked alongside him.

Baldwin, who appeared to be accompanied by his children’s nanny, also had a stroller with him.

The actor and his wife Hilaria have two babies: Six-month-old Eduardo and newborn Lucia who they had through a surrogate. 

Alec Baldwin, 62, was pictured out with at least three of his children in the Hamptons on Monday just one day after his lengthy ‘cancel culture’ Instagram rant

The father-of-seven carried one of his sons on his shoulders for the outing, while two others walked alongside him. Baldwin, who appeared to be accompanied by his children's nanny, also had a stroller with him

The father-of-seven carried one of his sons on his shoulders for the outing, while two others walked alongside him. Baldwin, who appeared to be accompanied by his children’s nanny, also had a stroller with him

The family outing came just one day after Baldwin filmed a 14-minute video rant on Instagram, hitting out at cancel culture and defending due process amid sexual misconduct allegations leveled at New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Woody Allen. 

He shared the video from his home in the Hamptons – less than a week after he posted another lengthy rant slamming ‘a**holes’ on Twitter. 

The family outing came just one day after Baldwin filmed a 14-minute video rant on Instagram, hitting out at cancel culture and defending due process amid sexual misconduct allegations leveled at New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Woody Allen

The family outing came just one day after Baldwin filmed a 14-minute video rant on Instagram, hitting out at cancel culture and defending due process amid sexual misconduct allegations leveled at New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Woody Allen

In his new video, Baldwin again lambasted social media users – this time targeting those who are eager to ‘cancel’ famous men on the basis of unproven allegations.  

Although he did not mention any names specifically, Baldwin appeared to be referring to both Cuomo and Allen.

Cuomo has been accused of sexual harassment by five women in recent weeks.

Allen had been accused of molesting his adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, when she was a child. He was investigated at the time but was never charged.  

That allegation has recently resurfaced due to a new HBO documentary series that looks at the claims.

‘I do have a few people going at me for defending people who have been accused of crimes… Well, I’m not defending someone who is guilty of something. I’m choosing to defend someone who has not been proven guilty of something,’ Baldwin began his rant.  

The star has previously spoken out in support of Allen – a director with whom he has worked with on three films.

Woody Allen

Andrew Cuomo

In his new video, Baldwin again lambasted social media users – this time targeting those who are eager to ‘cancel’ famous men – like Allen and Cuomo – on the basis of unproven allegations. The star has previously spoken out in support of Allen (left) – a director with whom he has worked with on three films

Last month, Baldwin criticized the new HBO documentary Allen V. Farrow, writing on Twitter: ‘Who needs courtrooms or rule of law when we have trial by media?’

In his new video, Baldwin bashed the documentary again, saying: ‘I don’t care how many f**king documentaries you make, you have to prove it in a court room.’ 

He also appeared to hit out at Allen’s own son, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Ronan Farrow, who appears in the new documentary and believes his father is guilty of the abuse.

‘They [Allen] haven’t been proven guilty. I don’t care how many Pulitzer Prize winning authors say otherwise,’ Baldwin stated.

Elsewhere in the video, the 30 Rock actor appeared to reference Cuomo, saying: ‘The Attorney General is going to investigate accusations against a Governor. Then, and only then, can we talk about people resigning.’ 

Baldwin told his followers that immediately condemning such men without evidence was an example of cancel culture.

‘The cancel culture thing has revved up during COVID. They [people] have a lot of times on their hands… They want to get on their computer and they want to take on people like me and they want to say every horrible thing that you can possibly imagine about defending someone whose been accused of a crime,’ he said.

The actor and his wife Hilaria have six children together, Edu, Romeo, Leonardo, Rafael, Carmen and Lucia

The actor and his wife Hilaria have six children together, Edu, Romeo, Leonardo, Rafael, Carmen and Lucia

A search of Baldwin's account Tuesday revealed it had been deleted after he lashed out at actress Gillian Anderson over her accent. He also quit the site in January over his wife's heritage scandal but rejoined soon after

A search of Baldwin’s account Tuesday revealed it had been deleted after he lashed out at actress Gillian Anderson over her accent. He also quit the site in January over his wife’s heritage scandal but rejoined soon after 

Baldwin deleted his Twitter account after he commented on actress Gillian Anderson's accent. Baldwin's own wife, Hilaria, has been accused of putting on a Spanish accent and faking her ethnicity

Baldwin deleted his Twitter account after he commented on actress Gillian Anderson’s accent. Baldwin’s own wife, Hilaria, has been accused of putting on a Spanish accent and faking her ethnicity

‘The COVID has exacerbated everything bad in our society. People are angry and bitter. They’re p**ed off’.

Baldwin said he would no longer defend those who had been proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

‘If it was proven beyond a reasonable doubt that this person was guilty, I would certainly be open to changing my tune and even apologizing to victims,’ the star declared. ,

‘I’m all in favor of tough laws on people who sexual harass or abuse, but it has to be proven.’

Last week, he shared a 10 minute Instagram rant in which he claimed that Twitter ‘is where all the a**holes in the US and beyond go to get their advanced degrees in a**holiness.’

Baldwin deleted his Twitter account after he commented on actress Gillian Anderson’s accent.

Baldwin’s own wife, Hilaria, has been accused of putting on a Spanish accent and faking her ethnicity. 

He also briefly quit Twitter in January, weeks after Hilaria’s heritage controversy unfolded, writing at the time. 

The Crown star addressed Baldwin shading her ‘switching’ British-American accent, telling ET on Monday that she was ‘sad that it’s caused him so much distress’.



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