Timothee Chalamet film gets $50,000 for security after car break-ins, intruders

Actor Timothée Chalamet attends the 2020 National Board Of Review Gala on January 08, 2020 in New York City.

The production team behind the Timothee Chalamet-led feature film "Bones and All" received $50,000 from the city for extra security after car break-ins and thefts were reported to police earlier this month. 

The film company also cited "unwanted, sort of intruders trying to enter our set in a unauthorized fashion."

The Enquirer tracked down new details on the crimes that triggered a Mayor John Cranley-backed request for city funds and a lively discussion in Cincinnati City Council. one councilman told The Enquirer Thursday the vote sets a bad precedent.  

"We feel it's super important for us to try to keep our cast and crew as safe as possible," Theresa Park, president of Per Capita Productions, said at the council meeting Wednesday. Per Capita is housed in a Queensgate office building; officials did not return two calls and one email.

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