Rundle: Winona Was a Walking Pharmacy at the Time of Her Arrest

Deputy D.A. Ann Rundle has filed the prosecution’s brief in advance of Friday’s sentencing of Winona Ryder. Rundle calls for community service, a $26,000 fine, and drug counseling, which, except for that intervening trial and conviction part, is pretty much what I was predicting back in the day. The most interesting part of the brief is where Rundle details all the drugs Winona had on her at the time of the arrest. I don’t think there can be any real question but that the girl, for all her clothes sense, has a serious substance-abuse problem.

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