Former actress Amy Locane is to be put in prison one more time for her involvement in the fatal DWI car crash, that had occurred in 2010.
The 48-year-old actress, who is known for her role on the TV series ‘Melrose Place,’ had been previously sentenced three times for vehicular homicide and assault by auto. In that event, she had killed 60-year-old Helene Seeman and injured her husband; and she had been high on drugs at that moment, according to the reports said.
According to news released by the Associated Press, the actress, who starred with Johnny Depp in ‘Cry-Baby’ will be sentenced a fourth time.
Regarding the news, Locane’s attorney James Wronko talked to PEOPLE and stated:
“I’ve never had a client and I’m not aware of anybody who has fully, completely finished their sentence and three years later they want to put them in prison. I’m also totally unaware of a situation where a judge sentences somebody in the statutory range and the state is allowed to appeal.”
Wronko, who does not agree with the appeals court’s ruling, added:
“Amy has been out of prison for five years. She has been out of parole for two years. I don’t understand why society, or the government, or the court would want to put her back in jail now. How do you explain to her two daughters that mommy may go back to jail five years after she’s been released? It’s kind of incredible.”
Before the news came out, having drug issues, Locane had stated the followings during an interview:
“First of all, I want to stay sober. I want to help people not make the same mistake I made. I want to warn the youth about the dangers of drinking and driving. Everybody thinks it’s not going to happen to them, including myself.”
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