NEW YORK – Winona Ryder's suspected shoplifting spree may not have been the first time the actress swiped merchandise.
The Los Angeles district attorney's office apparently has evidence the sticky-fingered star was involved in another incident — but wasn't charged, Newsweek magazine reports.
The 30-year-old actress was ordered last week in Los Angeles County Court to stand trial on charges that she stole $4,760 worth of goodies from the posh Beverly Hills Saks Fifth Avenue.
Ryder was busted Dec. 12, and at a hearing last week, the court heard from Saks security staff who detailed how she snipped sensor tags off the pricey merchandise.
She was also carrying a powerful painkiller without a prescription.
If convicted, she could face three years and eight months in jail.
In addition to her legal woes, Ryder's career has also been on a downward spiral. The talented two-time Oscar nominee's latest films, the horror flick Lost Souls and the tearjerker Autumn in New York bombed.
"She lost that kind of cool a long time ago and watched the Gwyneth Paltrows and the J.Los take over," one female star told Newsweek. "She was supposed to be Hollywood's darling, the cute one who got all the rockers."
The star of Heathers and Girl, Interrupted may have also alienated the Hollywood players who determine what movies get made and who stars in what, the female star said.
"She's nice," the star said. "But I have to say I always thought she was kind of odd. I think that's what a lot of Hollywood thinks."