Another weird Sean Young incident: She’s caught on burglary video


NEW YORK (AP) — Police say actor Sean Young is wanted for questioning after she was caught on surveillance video taking laptops from a business in New York City.

Sean Young in 2014 (left) and in “Blade Runner.” (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

After a burglary was discovered Thursday, the video was found to show Young and a man breaking in and walking out with the computers. The Apple laptops and the video-editing software on theme was said to be worth about $12,000.

A representative for Young did not immediately return a call seeking comment.

The New York Post said Young had reportedly worked at the business but lost her job there months ago. The Post gave the address of the business as 33-01 36th Avenue in the Astoria neighborhood, in Queens. The bottom floor of that building is occupied by a restaurant and bar called Bean’s & Lager.

The 58-year-old Young starred in 1980s movies including “Blade Runner,” “No Way Out” and “Wall Street.” She recently appeared in “The Alienist” on TNT.

Young has been known for erratic behavior over the years. She was arrested outside an Oscars party in 2012 after she was accused of slapping a security guard.

At the Directors Guild of America awards in 2008, she was ejected from the audience for heckling director Julian Schnabel. She announced shortly afterward that she was entering rehabilitation for alcohol abuse.

She once reportedly donned a homemade Catwoman costume and accosted a Warner Brothers executive in a bid to win the movie role that went to Michelle Pfeiffer. Michael Keaton, in a Playboy interview, said he was in the man’s office when Young barged in, saying, “How could I not be Catwoman?”

“It was so strange and bizarre,” Keaton said. “Sean was dressed catlike. No actual fur was involved, but … it looked like she had ears on the back of her head. … She went on for about 2½ minutes with what seemed like one sentence.” At one point, he said, he noticed a metal object in her hand and “prayed to God it wasn’t a gun. … It was a walkie-talkie.”

In 1989, James Woods, her co-star in “The Boost,” filed a lawsuit alleging she had harassed him and his fiancee, including leaving a headless baby doll on their doorstep. The case was settled out of court.

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Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment

      

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