'Breaking Bad' script stolen from Bryan Cranston

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bryan-cranston-breaking-bad-fifty-one.jpgAt least one person outside the cast and crew of "Breaking Bad" may know what happens in the show's final season, thanks to a script stolen from star Bryan Cranston's car.

Cranston called police in Albuquerque, N.M., where the show films, on March 1 to report that someone had broken into his car and stolen several items, including an iPad and a script from the AMC series. Cranston and his castmates are filming the show's final episodes, which are set to air in the summer.

A report from Albuquerque's KOAT-TV says a man named Xavier McAfee was arrested over the weekend and charged with the theft, although the script hasn't been recovered. The station says an informant contacted Cranston's assistant after overhearing a man talking about having stolen a "Breaking Bad" script.

McAfee was released on bond after a court hearing Monday (March 25) and told KOAT he's innocent of the charges.
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