Actress Sean Young wanted for questioning in Queens burglary

Actress Sean Young wanted for questioning in Queens burglary

Actress Sean Young wanted for questioning in Queens burglary

Blade Runner star Sean Young is wanted by police in NY after allegedly being caught stealing laptops.

Young, 58, is accused of stealing Apple laptops and video production gear from a business in Astoria, Queens on Thursday, according to Page Six. Employees are said to have given police surveillance footage of the crime that allegedly showed Young and an unidentified man breaking into the location and committing theft.

A huge star in the '80s and early '90s, Young appeared in such high-profile films as Stripes, Dune, Wall Street, Fatal Instinct, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, and the aforementioned Blade Runner. TMZ alleges Young has a connection to the shop, having previously worked there before being fired some months ago.

The following year, Young spoke with Gawker about Darling, specifically addressing why she took on the role.

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The 1980s star has had her share of public problems, including being sued by actor James Woods for harassment, who claimed she left freaky items, including a headless doll, at his home.

Young was arrested and Woods filed a $2 million harassment lawsuit against her, citing "intentional infliction of emotional distress". She has entered rehab twice and agreed to be a patient on VH1's "Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew". Young denied the allegations, and the case was later settled out of court. She recently appeared in The Alienist on USA television network TNT.

Despite her troubles, her IMDB shows that she has been acting regularly.

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