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Hilaria Baldwin slammed for 'beyond offensive' Spanish accent

Hilaria Baldwin has come under fire again for using a fake Spanish accent while telling off photographers. 

The born-and-bred Bostonian, 39, apologized two years ago for faking a Spanish accent and claimed she had been raised with two cultures. 

Hilaria – who was born Hillary Lynn Hayward-Thomas – appeared to slip back into her old accent as she dodged questions about her husband’s involuntary manslaughter charge.

The actor, 64, and armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, were charged for the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins for firing the fatal shot on the set of Rust. Baldwin says he’ll fight the charges vigorously, calling it a ‘miscarriage of justice.’ 

His wife approached photographers this week, cutting off their questions, stating: ‘I’m going to tell you what I’m going to say, you’re not going to ask me questions. I want you guys to realize we have seven kids, and you being here to escort them to school and to be there when they come home is not good. 

‘So, on a human level, you know that I’m not going to say anything to you. You know that. So please, leave my family in peace and let it play out.’ Hilaria’s accent grew markedly more European-sounding as her diatribe went on. 

The yoga instructor went on to say that it’s a ‘very hard thing as a mom to explain’ to her children why a crowd of people have been following them around and asking questions, before she reminded them that she nor her husband Alec, 64, will be answering questions.   

‘So please, go home, because I’m not going to say anything and Alec is not going to say anything,’ she concluded before dodging questions about their lawyers. 

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