Sean Young, the actress who played the iconic role of Harrison Ford's "replicant" love interest in the trend-setting sci-fi film "Blade Runner," is wanted by authorities for questioning about a burglary in New York City.
The Associated Press reports that police say that surveillance video shows Young, 58, and a man breaking into a store in Queens on Thursday and stealing laptops and video production software. According to the store, the stolen equipment is worth $12,000.
AP notes that Young has been known for "erratic behavior" in recent years, including being "arrested outside an Oscars party in 2012 after she was accused of slapping a security guard." So far, Young's representative has offered no response to requests for comment.
Along with her role as "Rachael" in "Blade Runner" (1982), Young played Chani in "Dune" (1984), the romantic co-star in "No Way Out" (1987), Kate Gekko in "Wall Street" (1987), and Lt. Lois Einhorn (as in "Finkle is Einhorn!") in "Ace Ventura" (1994).
The news that the '80s star may be in legal trouble follows twin reports on two other iconic '80s stars facing legal problems: both of the actors who played the Dukes of Hazzard's Bo and Luke Duke.