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Rip Torn Due in Conn. Court for Bank Break-In

Tuesday, 30 Mar 2010 10:31 AM

 

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Rip Torn's lawyer says the "Men in Black" actor plans to enter pleas to burglary and firearms charges during a court hearing in Connecticut.

Torn is scheduled to appear in Litchfield Superior Court on Tuesday morning.

State police say the 79-year-old actor was so intoxicated on the night of Jan. 29 that he broke into a bank with a loaded gun thinking it was his home in Salisbury in northwestern Connecticut.

Torn went into an alcohol rehabilitation program after his arrest.

Torn had received probation last year as part of a Connecticut DUI case and also had alcohol-related arrests in New York in the past.

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