Alec Baldwin and his wife, Hilaria, were pulled over by police in the Hamptons Saturday — two days after investigators issued a search warrant for the embattled actor’s cell phone, photos show.
Baldwin, 63, was photographed sitting inside the car while Hilaria, 37, spoke with a cop on the side of the road before pulling out her phone and showing the screen.
The yoga instructor, who was wearing a long green coat and a white baseball cap, spoke calmly with the officer before returning to the vehicle, according to the US Sun.
It is not immediately clear why the couple was pulled over.
Baldwin also was photographed later as he stopped to pick up coffee and snacks while his wife remained inside their car.
Meanwhile, the father of Halyna Hutchins, 42, the cinematographer killed by Baldwin on the set of the Western flick “Rust,” accused the actor in a new interview of being at least “partially responsible” for her death.
Anatoly Androsovych, 61, told The Sun that he did not understand Baldwin’s claim that he killed Hutchins “without pulling the trigger” — and said he was concerned the actor deleted tweets after the tragedy.
“I can’t understand the behavior of Alec. Why did he sweep out his tweets when it became clear the shooting was on rehearsal?” the former Ukrainian submarine commander said.
“And why did he fire the shot during the preparations? The revolver is the type of gun which doesn’t shoot before the trigger is pressed and Alec is partially guilty for causing that shot,” he told the outlet.
“It is clear to me Baldwin fired the shot from his hand so it’s hard for me to understand how he cannot be held partly responsible for my daughter’s death,” he added.
He also said he was unsure if his 9-year-old grandson Andros will “ever fully recover” from losing his mom.
“Andros is slowly getting back to life, but this is huge blow for all of us,” Androsovych said.
In October, he said he did not hold Baldwin responsible for his daughter’s death.
“We still can’t believe Halyna is dead and her mother is going out of her mind with grief, “Androsovych told The Sun. “But I don’t hold Alec Baldwin responsible; it is the responsibility of the props people who handle the guns.”
On Friday, the “30 Rock” actor looked exhausted as he left his downtown home alone while apparently carrying the cellphone after the warrant turned the heat up on his role in the deadly shooting.
The device took a central role in the two-month probe into Hutchins’ death a day earlier when the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office in New Mexico issued a search warrant for it.
Investigators were forced to issue the warrant because the star — who was also a producer for the movie — refused to hand over his phone without one, the sheriff’s department said.
Officials found conversations about prepping for the fatal movie dating back to July 14, more than three months before he accidentally shot Hutchins dead during rehearsals.
Those messages included Baldwin requesting “a bigger gun,” settling on the “period” Colt that he brandished during the deadly scene.
Hilaria railed against anyone asking questions Friday — missing the irony that she was taking photos and video because she was angry at those there taking photos and video.
“It’s so funny,” she told reporters, bragging how she was taking her own footage “that I’m going to put on my Instagram.”
“Stay away from him,” she wrote in her Instagram stories, highlighting a reporter politely asking, “The search warrant for your phone — what do you make of that, sir? What happened, sir?”
Hilaria ripped “cruel trolls” and claimed that her hubby has been “suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder” after the on-set shooting.