Alec Baldwin has finally given his phone to Rust investigators after weeks of stalling.
"They will conduct the extraction of the data, and then hand the phone over to us," said Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office public information officer Juan Rios told reporters.
"There will be some exempt information that's not considered pertinent to the investigation, such as attorney-client privilege material, communications between Mr. Baldwin and his attorney as well as spousal privileged information."
Last week, the cops released a press statement accusing the actor of not cooperating.
Baldwin was practicing how he should draw the prop gun on the set of the movie "Rust" moments before he shot and killed a crew member and injured another.
"They can't just go through your phone and take your photos, or your love letters to your wife, or what have you," he said. "Any suggestion that I am not complying with requests or orders or demands or search warrants about my phone, that's bull——, that's a lie," Baldwin said in response.