NYPD wants to speak to actress Sean Young, best known for her roles in "Stripes", "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" and "Blade Runner", about a robbery that took place in the New York City neighborhood of Queens, according to police sources.
Want healthier sperm? Wear this type of underwear
That's because men who wear tight-fitting briefs may have lower sperm count according to the largest study conducted on the topic. Researchers also found that men who wore boxers had 14 percent lower levels of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH).
Young, 58, is accused of stealing Apple laptops and video production gear from a business in Astoria, Queens on Thursday, according to Page Six. They say surveillance video showed Young and a male companion breaking in and stealing laptops and software worth about $12,000.
Progress On Mendocino Complex Fire As Firefight Enters 3rd Week
Clark's arrest marks the second such detention in two weeks. "I've been up for like 20-some-odd days", Clark said. Below are several of the best, mostly from the Holy Fire, but the last comes from Northern California.
But it was only her likeness that was used, with special effects allowing for a stand-in to appear as Young exactly as she looked in the original film.
Discord Goes Up Against Steam With New Game Store
Lastly, Discord is also launching their Universal Library, a new launcher program for any games purchased through their store. It was confirmed via email by a representative that "all games [offered on the storefront] will be curated by Discord ".
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 denied the allegations in a 2007 interview with Entertainment Weekly, and the case was settled out of court, with Young awarded over $200,000 to cover her legal fees. "Drew" in 2011 in which she discussed her battles with alcohol. "I try to help as much people as I can", said comedian Greg Kritikos, the co-writer, star and a producer of the upcoming drama-comedy "Charlie Boy", which Young was initially hired to direct, People reported. She recently appeared in The Alienist on U.S. television network TNT.