Breaking Bad Script Stolen Out Of Bryan Cranston’s Car
Fans of the show Breaking Bad might learn how the season ends ahead of schedule. A thief jacked one of the show’s final scripts, directly from the car of star, Bryan Cranston.
On March 1, Cranston filed a criminal complaint with Bernalillo County, N.M., stating that a black bag– holding the script and an iPad– was stolen from his car, in December.
Police apprehended the suspected thief, Xavier McAfee, but never found the script.
According to the complaint, one of Cranston’s employees, Taryn Feingold, was later contacted by an informant. The informant overheard a man in a bar boasting about breaking into a car. The man also pulled out “some type of laptop or iPad” and was “describing how he also had a script from the ‘Breaking Bad’ series.”
The script in question was one of the episodes leading to the series finale, which has been broken up into two parts.
Since its 2008 premiere, Breaking Bad, has been a hit for AMC. The show is centered around Cranston’s character, who is a teacher that starts dealing meth after being diagnosed with terminal lung cancer.