05:01 PM EDT 01/08/2014
Originally posted 01/24/2003 01:00PM
WINONA WORKS: It's back to work for Winona Ryder, who has landed her first movie role since her conviction last November for having lifted nearly $6,000 of merchandise from the Beverly Hills Saks Fifth Avenue. Variety reported that the "Girl, Interrupted," star, 31, will costar with TV's "Everybody Loves Raymond" star Ray Romano, 45, in "Eulogy," a black comedy whose cast also includes Debra Winger, Hank Azaria, Monica Potter and Rip Torn. Shooting is set to begin Feb. 21.
Originally posted 01/21/2003 12:00PM
It's back to work for Winona Ryder, who has landed her first movie role since her conviction last November for having lifted nearly $6,000 of merchandise from the Beverly Hills Saks Fifth Avenue.
Originally posted 12/31/2002 01:00PM
Think you had a bad year? A handful of celebrities apparently shared the misery in 2002, according to a new USA Today poll.
Originally posted 12/10/2002 01:00PM
Dr. Jules Lusman, the physician whose name cropped up in a Los Angeles County probation report released in the wake of Winona Ryder's sentencing on shoplifting charges, denied on Monday that he knowingly allows patients to abuse drugs and blamed a handful of "problem patients" for his own downfall.
Originally posted 12/06/2002 10:45AM
It will be three years of probation and 480 hours of community service for Winona Ryder, who was convicted last month of grand theft after stealing nearly $6,000 worth of high-priced merchandise from the Beverly Hills Saks Fifth Avenue store a year ago.
Originally posted 12/04/2002 01:00PM
Convicted shoplifter Winona Ryder will likely escape a jail sentence when she returns to Beverly Hills Superior Court on Friday, but prosecutors say she should face drug and psychiatric counseling, according to newly released court papers.
Originally posted 12/03/2002 01:00PM
Friday is sentencing day in the case of Winona Ryder, who was convicted last month of grand theft for stealing nearly $6,000 worth of merchandise from the Beverly Hills Saks Fifth Avenue store.
Originally posted 11/05/2002 12:00PM
Winona Ryder did not star in her own trial for shoplifting in Beverly Hills Superior Court.
Originally posted 10/31/2002 01:15PM
Under tough questioning from Winona Ryder's lawyer during her shoplifting trial Wednesday, the head of security at Saks Fifth Avenue denied ever saying he was out to get the actress, PEOPLE reports.
Originally posted 10/30/2002 11:40AM
Winona Ryder spent the second day of her shoplifting trial -- which also happened to be her 31st birthday -- watching, along with everyone else, a detailed, sometimes frame-by-frame examination of a 90-minute security video taken inside Saks Fifth Avenue that fateful day she was arrested last December, PEOPLE reports.
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