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Mary-Louise Parker's nanny allegedly stole thousands from her

New York Daily News logo New York Daily News 6/21/2017

Mary-Louise Parker arrives for the annual 'Room To Grow' Spring benefit on April 5, 2017 in New York. © BRYAN R. SMITH/AFP/Getty Images Mary-Louise Parker arrives for the annual 'Room To Grow' Spring benefit on April 5, 2017 in New York. Cops have weeded out a thieving nanny who stole thousands from actress Mary-Louise Parker, law enforcement sources tell the Daily News.

The Brooklyn nanny, Amanda Hoston-St. Louis, 33, was supposed to use the 52-year-old “Weeds” star’s debit card and PIN number to go shopping for her children, sources said.

Instead, Hoston-St. Louis withdrew cash for herself, cops said.

Cops caught wise to the thefts after Parker’s bank notified her about a recent withdrawal, sources said.

Police arrested Hoston St.-Louis on Monday.

She’s charged with several counts of identity theft, grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property.

A criminal complaint accuses her of making two withdrawals since April, each totaling more than $3,000, but sources said she’s been linked to more than $30,000 in transactions dating back to 2016.

The South Carolina-born actress lives in Brooklyn with her teenage son and her young daughter, whom she adopted from Ethiopia in 2007.

She listed Hoston-St. Louis in the acknowledgements of her 2015 memoir, “Dear Mr. You.”

Hoston-St. Louis was arraigned in Brooklyn Criminal Court Tuesday and released without bail. She did not return calls seeking comment.

Related video: Mary-Louise Parker explains how she spends her free time as a syrup farmer (via CBS Entertainment) 

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