Actress Sean Young Wanted For Questioning In Queens Burglary

Sean Young wanted for questioning in burglary, police say

Police say employees at a store in Astoria reported a burglary Thursday.

Actress Sean Young could be in trouble with the NYPD - they want to question her about a brazen daytime robbery.

The items stolen are said to include two Apple laptops and some video production software.

Sean Young - who famously played Lt. Lois Einhorn/Ray Finkle in "Ace Ventura" - is wanted for questioning by the NYPD after she was allegedly caught on surveillance video stealing laptops and video production software.

Young worked at the location sometime in the past but was sacked months ago, TMZ reported. She has entered rehab twice and agreed to be a patient on VH1's "Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew".

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Young has been known for erratic behavior over the years. The case was settled out of court and Young denied the allegations in a 2007 interview with Entertainment Weekly.

We'd be remiss if we didn't also mention the infamous moment when she was kicked out of the DGA Awards for heckling filmmaker Julian Schnabel during his acceptance speech in 2008.

While she hasn't starred in many projects over the last few years, Young did appear in the critically acclaimed independent films Bone Tomahawk and Darling in 2015.

Let's just hope that, despite whatever may be going on, Young cooperates with police, and maybe in time she can put the whole situation behind her.

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