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Alec Baldwin accuses 'Rust' prosecution of charging him to 'humble' an 'arrogant' celebrity: court docs

Alec Baldwin is claiming prosecutors inappropriately rescinded a plea offer made months before he was charged for a second time with involuntary manslaughter. Baldwin's legal team revealed the actor received a plea offer from special prosecutors Oct. 5, 2023, according to new court documents obtained by Fox News Digital.The move was made to ensure "that similarly situated defendant's [sic] do not receive disparate treatment," the documents stated.

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Ron Harper, ‘Land Of The Lost’ and ‘Planet Of The Apes’ actor, dies aged 91
Planet Of The Apes, has died aged 91.The actor died last Thursday of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles, according to his daughter, Nicole Longeuay (via The Hollywood Reporter).The Pennsylvania-born actor was known for his multiple appearances in soap operas, including Where The Heart Is and Love Of Life.Harper’s acting career typically involved short-lived television series, which included the 30-episode police drama, 87th Precinct, and just 12 episodes of sitcom The Jean Arthur Show.In 1974, he landed the role of Colonel Alan Virdon on the sci-fi series Planet Of The Apes, which was based on the successful movie franchise that started in 1968, originally based on the 1963 novel of the same name by Pierre Boulle.Harper played an astronaut who had been operating a spaceship which had crashed into an unknown planet, which is ultimately revealed to be inhabited and dominated by intelligent apes.The series was cut after 14 episodes due to poor ratings performance and a budget of around $250,000 (£197,685) per episode.He then joined children’s adventure series Land Of The Lost in 1976 for its third and final season, starring as Uncle Jack Marshall.Speaking on the series in 2005, Harper said: “The stories were very good. Each generation of children as they come up and are exposed to it like those stories and remember them, pass them right on.