Alec Baldwin is certainly one of the most well-known and established actors in all of Hollywood. Baldwin is known for his comedy roles but also does serious roles from time to time. Hilaria Baldwin also made a claim about Alec Baldwin’s enemies and their true intentions.

Hilaria Baldwin recently took to her Instagram and penned a very long post about the “darker part” of her husband Alec Baldwin’s career. She claimed that enemies want to destroy her husband.

“To enter your world and become your person has been both a joy and an eye opening experience,” she captioned the snap. “I am forever grateful. Every day.”

However, Hilaria went on to write, “The darker part is seeing behind the curtain at how some of this ‘business’ can function and the blows and sacrifices that someone in the public eye takes for speaking up for what they believe and for helping others.

“Enemies of these missions seek to destroy you, in order to delegitimize your voice and purpose,” she added. She further added that she has experienced “dehumanization” herself.

“Unfortunately, having experienced the dehumanization myself, (another old tactic to go after the spouse of your enemy), leads us to the moments when we think: how much more can one body and one mind take before we crumple beneath the psychological torture?

She ended her post by honoring “the load” Alec is carrying and thanking him for “using the privileged place of [his] public voice for good.” This post came after a lot of events happening in their lives, including Baldwin accidentally shooting a crew member during the set of ‘Rust’ last year.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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