Saturday, August 11, 2018

'Young and the Restless' Alum Sean Young Wanted for Questioning in NYC Burglary

Actress Sean Young is “wanted for questioning” in connection with a report of a Thursday burglary in New York City. Young allegedly broke into the office of a film on which she had been slated to make her directorial debut before being fired this summer after clashing with the producers.

According to one of the film's producers, she allegedly took two MacBook Pro laptops that had production software on them.

“This was a big slap in my face. I try to help as much people as I can,” says comedian Greg Kritikos, the co-writer, star and a producer of the upcoming dramedy Charlie Boy, which Young was initially hired to direct.

However, Young was terminated from the production about two months ago and Timothy Hines was brought in to replace her, according to executive producer Dominick Martini.

She played Meggie on The YOung and the Restless in 2010-2011.

Young has now released a statement characterizing the situation as a misunderstanding and said she had yet to be contacted by authorities.

“I was scheduled to retrieve my belongings from an apartment where I had been previously staying while working together with [Charlie Boy] Director Timothy Hines and Producer Dominick Martini,” Young said. “I was expected and had confirmed my expected arrival with the building’s owner. When I arrived nobody was there to receive me but the door was unlocked and I assumed it had been left open so that I could pick up my belongings.”

“I gathered what I believed to be my property but later discovered I was mistaken,” she continued. “I have contacted Dominick Martini to arrange for the 2 laptops to be returned and to pick up my 2 laptops at their earliest convenience.”

Young concluded her statement by saying that she has “not been contacted by the police or any lawyers regarding this matter.”

Reached by PEOPLE and informed of Young’s version of events, an NYPD spokesman said that he was not aware of any change or update from the department’s earlier statement, in which police said she was being sought for questioning in the burglary.

We Love Soaps was contacted by a representative of the production company with an update. Neither Ms. Young nor anyone representing her has contacted anyone from the film Charlie Boy or the production company. The company has filed charges against Ms. Young and her son.

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