A prowler broke into the Greenwich Village apartment of famed “Wolverine” actress Famke Janssen and left a creepy calling card -- the children’s book, “The Lonely Doll,” the Dutch stunner told cops.
Janssen came home to her King Street penthouse at about 8:10 p.m. on Saturday and found the children’s book conspicuously left in her bedroom, she’s said.
“She walked into her bedroom and noticed a children’s book standing on the shelf beside her bed,” a law enforcement source said.
The model, actress and writer called police, but detectives couldn’t find any signs of forced entry and nothing appears to have been stolen, law enforcement sources said.
Janssen, 47, is the only person with access to the apartment, she said. The beauty said she’d be in and out of her apartment since 7:30 a.m. that day, running errands.
Detectives are still going over surveillance video taken in her lobby.
The Dutch treat has appeared in blockbusters like “The Wolverine,” “X-Men: The Last Stand” and the Bond flick “GoldenEye.”
“Lonely Doll,” by Dare Wright, was first published in 1957 by photographer Dare Write
It tells the story of a doll named Edith who needed a play partner. She’s eventually befriended by two teddy bears, Little Bear and Mr. Bear. The book is the first in a series of ten about Edith and her ursine pals.
The 6-foot, raven-haired stunner is single, having divorced director and producer Tod “Kip” Williams in 2000.
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