Actress Kim Cattrall was left "shaken" after a 16-year-old girl crashed her 4x4 into the Sex and the City star's Vancouver Island home.
The 59-year-old took to Twitter to share photos from her destroyed house and highlighted the issue of joyriding.
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She wrote: "A senseless 16 yr old driver plowed into my home Joy Riding @ 1am. People cld have been killed. U should b ashamed."
A senseless 16 yr old driver plowed into my home Joy Riding @ 1am. People cld have been killed. U should b ashamed. pic.twitter.com/pi7zHj3XDu— Kim Cattrall (@KimCattrall) February 24, 2016
Cattrall told concerned fans that she was "shaken up".
The actress wrote: "Shaken up! A 16 year old girl could have been responsible for 4 peoples deaths. She's home free to drive around today!"
Kim then tweeted to Mothers Against Drink Driving about the issue, writing: "@ 1am Tuesday a 16 yr old driver smashed into my home. How can we prevent these violating assaults?"
Responding to a tweet from a CBC News reporter, Cattrall said: "Please contact @MADDOnline I have nothing more 2 add. I will continue 2 educate teens re this reckless behavior."