‘Melrose Place’ star Amy Locane could face 10 years in jail for drunk-driving accident
Amy Locane-Bovenizer, former star of “Melrose Place” and John Water’ Johnny Depp comedy “Cry Baby” has been charged with vehicular manslaughter and could face 10 years in jail.
The actress, 39, was involved in a drunk driving crash in Princeton, New Jersey where she rear-ended a car and drove off. In the wake of the crash, Locane-Bovenizer struck the passenger side of Fred Seeman’s 2010 Mercury Milan, killing Helene Seeman.
Locane was born in Trenton, New Jersey and hit her stride on “Melrose Place” for 12 episodes. In addition to “Cry Baby,” she has appeared in the critically acclaimed Maggie Gyllenhaal film “Secretary” as well as the 1994 Adam Sandler comedy “Airheads.”
She is married with two young daughters who are three and one year-of-age.
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