Ryder's Representative Fires Back At Shoplifting Report19 March 2008
Ryder's Representative Fires Back At Shoplifting Report
The Heathers star, who was convicted of stealing $6,000 (GBP3,000) worth of clothes from a Saks Fifth Avenue store in Beverly Hills in 2002, reportedly tried to leave a Hollywood pharmacy with make-up items she hadn't paid for.
Staff members claim the actress appeared stunned when security bosses confronted her as she left the CVS store and set alarms off.
A pharmacy worker reveals, "A security guard stopped her and found make-up she hadn't paid for."
The actress, 36, allegedly insisted she had no idea how the items ended up in her bag.
According to U.S. tabloid the National Enquirer, Ryder returned the items and the police were not called to the store.
But the actress' publicist has dismissed the story, stating, "There's no truth to this. It's not accurate."
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