Melrose Place Star Convicted of Vehicular Manslaughter, Faces Up To 15 Years in Prison
Former Melrose Place star Amy Locane-Bovenizer has been convicted of vehicular manslaughter.
The incident took place in New Jersey in 2010. Amy hit another car with her SUV, killing a 60-year-old woman and injuring the woman's husband. Amy was driving with a blood-alcohol level of nearly three times the legal limit.
Amy was convicted on November 27, 2012. She faces five to ten years in prison, along with an additional three to five years in prison for the injuries sustained by the surviving passenger. Sentencing will be held in March 2013.
Amy played Sandy on Melrose Place in the early '90s, and she starred opposite Johnny Depp in the cult 1990 film Cry-Baby.