Actor Alec Baldwin has turned over his mobile phone to police investigating a fatal shooting on the New Mexico set of the film Rust.
Baldwin was rehearsing a scene on the Western and was drawing a prop gun when cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was shot in October last year.
Sante Fe Sheriff’s office said the actor had turned his phone to authorities in Suffolk County, New York.
A search warrant for his iPhone was issued in December. Earlier this week police had accused Baldwin of not cooperating with the enquiry, which he denied.
Investigators will now examine text messages, email, social network communications, browser activity and other information stored on the actor’s device, according to court documents.
They will also look at deleted videos, photos and messages on the phone.
Sante Fe sheriff’s department spokesperson, Juan Rios, said on Friday authorities in Suffolk County, New York, were in the process of downloading relevant data to send to investigators in Santa Fe.
Aaron Dyer, an attorney for Baldwin, said the actor had voluntarily provided his phone to authorities.
In a statement, Mr Dyer said: “But this matter isn’t about his phone, and there are no answers on his phone. Alec did nothing wrong.
“The real question that needs to be answered is how live rounds got on the set in the first place.”
Last month, the attorney said the actor was cooperating with authorities adding they were confident the evidence will show the actor was not responsible for what happened.
Baldwin was rehearsing a scene on the set of the Western when the prop gun he was drawing discharged. The actor has insisted he “didn’t pull the trigger”.
The film’s director Joel Souza was also injured in the incident and treated in hospital, but was later released.
A lawsuit against Alec Baldwin alleges the film’s script did not require him to fire a gun when Ms Hutchins was fatally shot.
The suit was filed in November by the film’s script supervisor Mamie Mitchell, who called police after the shooting on the New Mexico film set.
Her lawyer, Gloria Allred, described the behaviour of Mr Baldwin and the film’s producers as “reckless” accusing them of failing to follow safety protocols.