'Weeds' star Mary-Louise Parker denies threatening to kill antique shop owner
The owner of a New York antique store has filed an incident report with police, claiming 'Weeds' star Mary-Louise Parker threatened to kill him, TMZ reports. Daniel Seldin claims Parker got involved in an argument he was having with another party in his store on January 2. The third party happened to be Parker's friend.
Seldin claims Parker threatened him, saying, "Do you want to wake up tomorrow? I'll make one phone call," and also called him a gay slur. Parker's rep denies that version of the story, saying that the actress had no part in the fight, and left the store the moment she realized she was being pulled into it.
The argument reportedly started when Seldin refused to pay Parker's friend money that was owed. The debt has since been settled.
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