Hannah Gutierrez Reed, the head armorer on the set of Rust, has broken her silence a week after actor Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun on set that resulted in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

In a statement provided by her attorneys, Jason Bowles and Robert Gorence, Reed denied all of the accusations of negligence surrounding her and said that she had “no idea” where the live rounds came from. She expressed her condolences for the family’s involved and placed sole blame on the film’s producers.

“Hannah is devastated and completely beside herself over the events that transpired,” the statement read. However, “she would like to address some untruths that have been told to the media, which have falsely portrayed her and slandered her.”

Hannah argued in her statement that the guns were locked up at the end of the day and during lunch. She also stated that she has never “had an accidental discharge” on set. She corroborated that there were two prior incidents on set, but said that one was the prop master’s fault, and the other was a stunt man. She did not comment about the alleged misfire on the set of The Old Way with Nicolas Cage.

According to The New York Times, Hannah Gutierrez Reed had set up the cart of firearms that assistant director David Halls grabbed the prop gun from. She told detectives that ammunition was kept secure on a truck off set, but authorities alleged that there was also live ammunition that was “not secured” on the cart.

Despite this, she argued with authorities that no live ammunition “is ever kept on set.” She also said that only a few people, including prop master Sarah Zachry, had “access and the combination to the safe” where the guns were kept.

Despite multiple allegations of Hannah Gutierrez Reed’s misconduct with firearms on both Rust and her previous head armorer position, The Old Way with Nicolas Cage, Hannah stated that safety was still her “number one priority on set.”

According to authorities, the prop gun handed to Alec Baldwin contained a lead projectile, with “additional live rounds” found on the set. The assistant director who handed Alec the gun told him that the firearm was “cold,” a.k.a. ready for use. Neither of them checked to confirm that the gun was not loaded before firing.

Testimonials from sources speaking with CNN had previously detailed incidents such as firing a gun without warning next to Nicolas Cage, who became enraged, as well as asking for her dismissal from the production.

Travis Bruyer, a Montana armorer who was close to working on The Old Way before Reed was hired, told Breaking Daily News that he heard “there were some issues on that set when she failed to clear a gun for an 11 year old.”

“Ultimately,” Hannah Gutierrez Reed’s statement continued, “this set would never have been compromised if live ammo were not introduced. Hannah has no idea where the live rounds came from. Hannah and the prop master gained control over the guns and she never witnessed anyone shoot live rounds with these guns and nor would she permit that.”

Previous statements from film workers on the set of Rust described another incident where a prop gun went off inside someone’s cabin, as well as guns used for target practice later placed on set for use in the film.

Hannah Gutierrez Reed also revealed that she was hired for two separate positions on the set of Rust, which combined her armorer duties with that of another unspecified role.

“She fought for training, days to maintain weapons, and proper time to prepare for gunfire,” the statement alleged, “but ultimately was overruled by production and her department. The whole production became unsafe due to various factors, including lack of safety meetings.”

The statement then wrote that it was “Rhnot the fault of Hannah,” which must have been a typo by the attorneys.

The investigation into what happened on the set of Rust is ongoing. According to her attorneys, Hannah Gutierrez Reed plans to address more of the rumors in an upcoming statement scheduled for sometime next week. For now, she is denying knowledge of live ammo on set, as well as how it was placed in the prop gun that Alec Baldwin fired.