Former Star Trek actress pays for ramming police cruiser
Jennifer Ann Lien, 42, of Harriman also made $2,291.85 in restitution for damages she caused to a Harriman Police Department cruiser when she rammed the front of the vehicle following an extended chase last April.
Lien in September also was hit with two misdemeanor charges of indecent exposure for allegedly repeatedly exposing her breasts and buttocks to several children after yelling and cursing at a neighbor's friend because of a crying child.
All of the charges were continued by Judge Dennis Humphrey until Aug. 29 while Lien continues to undergo therapy, a court official said.
Lien left acting in 2003 after playing Kes on "Star Trek: Voyager." Her character was a member of an alien species that lived less than a decade. She was released from the series at the start of its fourth season. Her other acting roles included a character in a short-lived sitcom. She also appeared in the movie "American History X," and her voice was used for a role in "The Lion King II: Simba's Pride."
The April 14 incident involved Lien driving recklessly at high speeds and then backing up into the front of the police cruiser.
In the Aug. 31 incident, Lien allegedly repeatedly exposed herself during a fight with a neighbor and in front of three children.