'Breaking Bad’ Script Stolen From Bryan Cranston
Privileged insights from the last season of "Breaking Bad" are in threat of being spilled after one of the show's scripts was supposedly taken from star Bryan Cranston's auto.
Cranston, 57, reported a burglary March 1, after somebody broke into his traveler-side window and took a shoulder pack holding an iPad and a duplicate of his "Breaking Bad" script, consistent with a criminal protest recorded by Bernalillo County, N.M.
The Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office Saturday captured suspect Xavier McAfee for thievery, as per the grumbling.
The Sheriff's Office told Albuquerque offshoot KOAT-TV that the script has not yet been recuperated and the examination is progressing.
The criminal grievance uncovered how one of Cranston's workers, Taryn Feingold, was reached by a private witness. The witness point by point to Feingold, and later the Sheriff's Office, about catching a man at a nearby bar boasting about how he softened into a vehicle up the Sandia Mountain Range. He then demonstrated his companions at the bar "some sort of smart phone or iPad," the grumbling read, while "depicting how he additionally had a script from the 'Breaking Bad' sequence."
The hit AMC sequence is wrapping up its last time of year. Cranston plays secondary-school science instructor Walter White, who joins the unlawful universe of meth managing in the wake of being diagnosed with terminal growth.