What led to the arrest of Winona Ryder at age 30? Everything you need to know

Winona Laura Horowitz who is popularly known as Winona Ryder was born on October 29, 1971, in Minnesota, United States.

Winona Ryder is an award-winning American actress who gained public attention in the year 1986 when she starred in the movie Lucas. Winona later rose to fame after playing major roles in movies like, Mermaids and Dracula.

Winona Ryder has received numerous awards and notifications over the years.

Some of her awards are; Best Ensemble Cast, BSFC Award, 2009, Chainsaw Awards Best supporting actress, Best Actress at the 1994 Golden Moon Awards, Golden Globe Best Performance in a supporting role, Best Actress of Horror series in the iHorror Awards, Jupiter Awards Best International Actress and many others.

What led to the arrest of Winona Ryder at age 30?

In 2001, Winona Ryder was arrested for shoplifting in Saks Fifth Avenue.

Though she later denied that she committed the crime, she was charged and was sentenced to thirty six (36) months of probation, 480 hours of community service, a fine and counselling service.

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Beverly Hills cops said Winona Ryder was spotted her swiping $5,000 worth of clothes, hair accessories and a handbag.

A shop video security camera saw Ryder packing “several pieces of clothes” into a big bag she had carried into the store around 7 p.m. Wednesday, according to Gilmond.

He stated that the recording had not yet been examined by the police.

According to sources, Ryder, who owns a $3 million Beverly Hills mansion, was seen removing security tags from stolen merchandise with a pair of scissors.

When Ryder went out of the store, security personnel surrounded her. Gilmond said she was detained on the sidewalk in front of Saks.

Source: unitedshowbiz.com.gh