Alec Baldwin’s Daughter Says They Were Not Stopped By Police

( Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria just can’t stop talking.

The New York Post published photos of Baldwin and the missus under the headline “Hamptons cops pull over Alec Baldwin, Hilaria after warrant issued for his phone.” The series of photos that chronicle the Baldwin family leaving Manhattan and driving to the Hamptons include a photo of Hilaria showing her phone to the officer.

After the Post published the story on Monday, an irate Hilaria took to Instagram where she denied the couple was pulled over by police.

In her Instagram video, Alec’s phony Spanish wife said that she stopped the police officer to ask for help dealing with the paparazzi who were following their car. Hilaria said she drove around and around with Alec and her kids until she found a police officer and asked for help dealing with the “people chasing me.”

Hilaria claimed that one of the paparazzi who harasses the Baldwins “in such an ugly way” got out of his car and started screaming at her and the police. She said the photographer told the officer he was just trying to do his job “and I am getting in his way.” The officer made him move his car, Hilaria explained, then told Hilaria to always call the police if she needed help.

Hilaria claimed it was this photographer whose pictures the New York Post published in its story claiming she was pulled over by police.

She then attacked the New York Post claiming they “come after me more for speaking out.” Hilaria vowed that she would not be silent.

Yes, clearly.

Last Thursday, the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office issued a search warrant for Alec Baldwin’s cell phone as part of their probe into the shooting death of Halyna Hutchins. Investigators had previously asked Baldwin to turn over his phone, however, the actor refused to turn it over unless police had a warrant.

During their examination of Halyna Hutchins’ phone, investigators found email conversations related to the production dating back to mid-July, and among them was a back-and-forth between Baldwin and the film’s armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed in which she said Baldwin had requested a bigger gun. Based on this discovery, investigators secured the warrant for Baldwin’s phone.

Baldwin denied he requested a bigger gun.