The parents and sister of “Rust” cinematographer Halyna Hutchins have filed a new lawsuit against Alec Baldwin and others involved with the film.

Attorney Gloria Allred announced the lawsuit was filed Thursday in Los Angeles County Superior Court and alleges assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress, among other claims.

“They won’t be able to enjoy life the same way they did when their precious Halyna was alive,” Allred said. «Halyna was the light in their lives.»

Allred said Hutchins provided financial support to his family members.

Hutchins’ parents and sister, who reside in Ukraine, did not appear at the news conference, but a short video was played of Hutchins’ mother and sister commenting on the lawsuit.

“I think letting this go and letting it go unpunished is unconscionable,” Hutchins’ sister said in a video message translated into English.

Hutchins, 42, was killed on Oct. 21, 2021 while filming «Rust» at Bonanza Creek Ranch in Santa Fe County. New Mexico. Baldwin was rehearsing a gun for a scene when the gun went off, killing Hutchins and wounding director Joel Souza.

The news comes after New Mexico prosecutors charged Baldwin with manslaughter in late January, accusing him of skipping «required firearms training» and creating «a climate of recklessness» on the set of «Rust.»

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Baldwin and “Rust” gunsmith Hannah Gutierrez-Reed have been charged with manslaughter in connection with the 2021 death cinematographer halyna hutchinsannounced the first judicial district attorney, Mary Carmack-Altwies.

Deputy Chief David Halls was also charged with negligent use of a deadly weapon and agreed to plead no contest, Carmack-Altwies said.

Baldwin has denied any wrongdoing in the on-set shooting.

Representatives for Baldwin, Rust Movie Productions LLC and Gutierrez-Reed did not immediately comment on the lawsuit.

Hutchins’ husband, Matthew Hutchins, their son, and their estate sued Baldwin in February 2022 accusing Baldwin and others involved in the film, alleging that reckless behavior and cost cutting led to her death. Baldwin settled that lawsuit, representatives from both sides of the civil action he said in October 2022.

Allred clarified Thursday that the previous agreement was for Hutchins’ husband and their son. He was separated.

«Now we are representing others in the family,» he said Thursday. «And there hasn’t been a deal for them… Mr. Baldwin hasn’t reached out to them to even say he was sorry. We want accountability and justice for them. It’s as simple as that.»

Diana Dasrath and Andres Blankstein contributed.