The BlackBerry phone of Kevin Bacon reportedly is stolen at the B, D and E station at 53rd Street and Seventh Avenue in Manhattan.
"Death Sentence" actor Kevin Bacon reportedly lost his BlackBerry phone in a New York City subway station. The BlackBerry, according to New York Post's Page Six, was swiped by a thief at the B, D and E station at 53rd Street and Seventh Avenue in Manhattan on Thursday, May 21 at around 10:50 A.M.
Sources told the media that Bacon tried to chase the alleged thief, but he lost him in the crowded station. Additionally, the sources claimed the 50-year-old star has called the police. However, N.Y.C. Transit officials admitted that there weren't any subway personnel being informed about the alleged crime. As for the press time, a spokesperson for NYPD couldn't confirm that Bacon had filed a report for the case.
This wasn't the first time Kevin Bacon has been swindled. He and his actress wife Kyra Sedgwick were deceived by Bernie Madoff, a New York money manager who involved in massive Ponzi scheme. Madoff pleaded guilty to run a $65 billion fraud in March.