Mary-Louise Parker’s Nanny Arrested, Accused of Stealing Thousands From ‘Weeds’ Star

Employee of former “Weeds” star accused of using the actress’ debit card and pocketing the money for herself

Apparently it’s true; you just can’t find good help these days. Just ask Mary-Louise Parker.

A nanny working for the “Weeds” star has been arrested on multiple charges, accused of stealing thousands of dollars from the actress, the New York Daily News reports.

A spokesman for the New York Police Department confirmed the arrest of Amanda Hosten-St. Louis, 33, on Monday, on charges of grand larceny, identity theft, criminal possession of stolen property and petit larceny.

According to a criminal complaint obtained by TheWrap, Hosten-St. Louis used Parker’s debit card to make two withdrawals of more than $3,000 each from the actress’ bank account. However, according to the Daily News, Hosten-St. Louis — identified as Hoston-St. Louis by the publication — has “been linked to more than $30,000 in transactions dating back to 2016.”

Parker has two children — a son, William, born in 2004, and daughter Caroline, who she adopted from Ethiopia as a baby in 2007.

Hosten-St. Louis, who was released on her own recognizance, is due in court August 1.