Actress Famke Janssen reported a break-in at her New York City home after she returned to find a children's book by her bed.
Police say there were no signs of forced entry, and that nothing in the home had been disturbed or stolen. Authorities are still investigating the alleged break-in, as the "X-Men" actress says the children's book doesn't belong there.
Janssen, 47, claims no one else had access to her Greenwich Village penthouse, yet a copy of "The Lonely Doll" appeared in her bedroom.
The children's book tells the story of a lonely doll who is befriended by two bears who promise to always be there for her.
If there was a break-in, it wouldn't be the first stalker the Dutch-born actress has fended off. In 2005 Janssen had to file a harassment report with police over a persistent super-fan who sent her menacing letters and photos.
Janssen most recently played Jean Grey in "Wolverine," though she has not confirmed whether she will appear in the upcoming "X-Men: Days of Future Past," to which co-stars Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen and Halle Berry have already signed on.