Hilaria Baldwin has come under fire again for using a fake Spanish accent while telling off the paparazzi.
The Boston born and bred, 39, apologized two years ago for faking a Spanish accent and claimed she was raised bicultural.
Now, she’s under fire again after getting approached by paparazzi in New York City for chewing them up for a photo shoot of her kids.
Hilaria – who was born Hilary Lynn Hayward Thomas – seemed to slip back into her old accent as she dodged questions about her husband’s manslaughter charge.
Actress, 64, and gunsmith Hannah Gutierrez Reid have been charged in the death of cinematographer Helena Hutchins for shooting on the set of Rust. Baldwin says he will vigorously fight the charges, calling them a “miscarriage of justice.”
His wife approached the paparazzi this week, cutting off their questions, saying, “I’ll tell you what I’m going to say, you’re not going to ask me questions. I want you guys to realize that we have seven children, and that being here to accompany them to school and be there when they come home is not good.”
So, on a human level, you know I wouldn’t tell you anything. do you know that. So please, leave my family in peace and let it work. Hilaria’s accent grew significantly more European-sounding as the diatribe continued.
Hilaria Baldwin, 39, has been criticized for using a Spanish accent again after admitting two years ago that she grew up in Boston.
Baldwin’s accent came out after she approached the paparazzi for criticizing her for stalking her kids as they walked to and from school. “Go home, because I won’t say anything and Alec won’t say anything.”
And the yoga teacher went on to say that it is very difficult for a mother to explain to her children why a crowd of people are following them and asking them questions, before reminding them that she and her husband, Alec, 64, will answer the questions.
She concluded before dodging questions about their lawyers, “So please, go home, because I’m not going to say anything and I’m not going to say anything.”
Although some sympathized with her cause, many were “offended” by the dialect’s resurgence.
“It’s just being aggressive at this point that she’s continuing with this Spanish accent. No matter how messed up her mind is and this attitude — you’re not Spanish,” someone wrote on Twitter.
Another wrote: “Absolutely love that it’s like ‘Well we went to Spain a year’ ma’am you lived every day in Boston. Boston accents simply weren’t shunned!”
“Hillary needs to end this accent,” a woman named Perla wrote.
I’ve seen people feel bad for going after her with points, and of course it’s true, but AAAAAACCENT oh my gosh. In other words, you are absolutely right.
Another joke, Tony Choi, tells everyone to look for “a man who is as committed to you as she is to bits.”
The famous couple has been hounded by paparazzi ever since Alec was charged with manslaughter for the murder of Helena Hutchins on the set of Rust.
Alec (pictured) called the accusations a “miscarriage of justice”
Today Hilaria was seen hanging out with a friend in Manhattan
She had two cups of coffee while she was out with her friend
“It’s her tone of emotional support,” Sida Xiong wrote.
A man named Bradley joked that “she and Austin Butler need some kind of support group for people who can’t stop the fake voice.”
Another person criticized Hilaria – whose real name is Hilary – for “never missing an opportunity to grab a little spotlight”.
“She didn’t need to give that speech,” Marielle, a woman, wrote.
The influencer was forced to admit that she was born in Boston and named her Hillary after spending years claiming Mallorca as her birthplace and arriving in the US only at the age of 19.
“My parents raised my brother and I in two cultures, American and Spanish, and I feel a real sense of belonging to both,” she said at the time. The way I spoke about myself and my deep connection to two cultures could have been explained better – I should have been more clear I’m sorry.
Many criticized the yoga instructor for her returning tone, with one describing it as an “emotional support tone.”
She continued, “I’m proud of the way I was raised, and we’re raising our children to share the same love and respect for both of us.” “Being vulnerable and pushing ourselves to learn and grow is what we built our community on, and I hope to return to the supportive and kind environment we built together.”
Several former classmates have come forward to confirm that Hilaria was in fact raised in Weston, Massachusetts, by American parents without any hint of a foreign accent.
Despite the social persecution Hilaria faces, her husband may actually face jail time, and the Santa Fe district attorney is pretty confident Alec will be found guilty of his charge.
In an interview after the announcement with CNN, she said Baldwin pulled the trigger — and that he ran a “fast and loose set” that had safety issues.
There was such a lack of safety and security standards on that set. There were live tours on set, which were mixed in with mock tours.
No one was checking those or at least they weren’t checking them constantly.
They were somehow loaded into a gun, handed to Alec Baldwin, and he didn’t check it, didn’t do what he was supposed to do to make sure it was safe or to make sure everyone else was safe.
Helena Hutchins was shot and killed by actor Alec Baldwin on October 21, 2021
Armoredwoman Hana Gutierrez also charged Reid with manslaughter
District Attorney Mary Carmack Elwes is confident that Alec will be found guilty as charged and will not get away with it just because he is an actor.
“He pointed the gun at Helena Hutchins and pulled the trigger,” she said.
She said that “the totality of circumstances” led to the decision, adding: “This was a really fast and loose set. And that nobody’s doing their job.”
Although it may have been an accident, she said Baldwin “doesn’t get a free pass” because he’s a star.
“This decision distorts the tragic death of Helena Hutchins and represents an appalling miscarriage of justice,” Baldwin’s attorney said in a statement. Mr. Baldwin had no reason to believe there was a live bullet in the gun—or anywhere on set.
He relied on the professionals he was working with, who assured him that the gun had no live ammunition. We will fight these accusations and we will win.”