() — Actor and producer Alec Baldwin isn’t the only celebrity to have faced criminal charges related to a death in a tragedy.
Prosecutors in Santa Fe, New Mexico, will charge Baldwin and a weapons specialist with two counts of manslaughter in the 2021 shooting that claimed the life of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of the film “Rust.”
Hutchins was struck by a round of live ammunition that was fired from a prop gun Baldwin was holding at the time while they were rehearsing a scene from the film.
Baldwin, who has maintained that he did not know the gun he fired had a live bullet, called the prosecutors’ decision a “terrible judicial error,” according to his lawyer, Luke Nikas, who has vowed to contest the charges.
Jason Bowles, attorney for the film’s weapons specialist Hannah Gutierrez Reed, said a jury will find his client not guilty because “she has not committed any crime.”
These are the other celebrities who faced similar legal situations.
The lead singer of Mötley Crüe was charged with vehicular manslaughter and drink driving after his friend Nicholas “Razzle” Dingley, drummer for Finnish band Hanoi Rocks who was in Neil’s car, was killed during a drunken traffic accident in 1984.
Neil pleaded guilty to the charges, was ordered to pay a $2.5 million fine in restitution, and served less than a month in jail.
Broderick and his then-girlfriend Jennifer Grey, also a “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” co-star, were driving through Northern Ireland in 1987 when the vehicle they were in collided with another car.
The people in that car, Anne Gallagher, 28, and her mother, Margaret Doherty, 63, died from their injuries.
According to The New York PostBroderick, who was left unconscious and seriously injured in the crash, faced five years in prison on the careless driving charge. They found him guilty of that charge and fined him $175.
“The car accident in Ireland was, I would say, one of the top three traumas in my life, maybe the first one,” Gray told “Entertainment Tonight” during an interview last spring.
“It is very difficult to describe a near-death experience and to be present at other people’s deaths,” he said. “Being alone on a country road in the middle of nowhere, with no one else around or aware, was pretty scary… It led to so many other things in my life,” she added.
“It was an accident,” Gray added. “Y [Broderick] he was a great driver, and no one had been drinking. It was just an accident. And it was tragic, ”he completed him.
The “Beverly Hills, 90210” actress struck and killed 9-year-old Jorge Cruz Jr. in Los Angeles in 2001 after dodging a stopped car.
During a 2019 appearance on Laura Cathcart Robbins’ podcast, “The Only One in the Room,” Gayheart said, “I just didn’t want to live after that accident.”
“I couldn’t handle it at all, so I spent about a year trying to kill myself,” he said. “Basically doing all the self-destructive things a person can do because I just didn’t understand… any of it.”
Gayheart pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of vehicular manslaughter and was sentenced to probation, a one-year suspension of her license, a $2,800 fine, and 750 hours of community service, according to E!
The actress was found guilty of vehicular manslaughter following a 2010 drunk driving accident. Locane struck lawyer Fred Seeman and his wife Helene Seeman as they walked to the driveway of his home in Montgomery, New Jersey.
Helene Seeman died of her injuries.
Locane, known for her roles on the television series “Melrose Place” and the film “Cry Baby,” faces an eight-year prison sentence that was upheld by a New Jersey state appeals court in May 2022.
According to a report by MyCentralJersey.com, Locane will be eligible for parole on December 20, 2024.
Josh Campbell, Paul Vercammen, Holly Yan and Travis Caldwell, all from , contributed to this story.