Redheaded actress Jocelyn Lee died June 15, 1980 in New York City. She was born Mary Alice Simpson on June 21, 1902 in Chicago, Illinois. She danced in George White's Scandals of 1923 & the Ziegfeld Follies; Ziegfeld billed her as the world's most beautiful girl. She married director Henry "Pathé" Lehrman in April 1921; the marriage ended December 1924. Lee made her film debut in The Dressmaker from Paris (1925); she signed with Paramount where she played second leads before going independent. Lee & her costars Richard Dix & Mary Brian went on location along the Sacramento River to shoot Shanghai Bound (1927). She would marry the film's director Luther Reed but not before bedding Dix on the train back to Hollywood. Costar Brian heard their passionate moans from her compartment. Reed & Lee married July 15, 1930 in Tijuana, Mexico; the marriage produced daughter Celeste & son Dana. He sued for divorce citing cruelty in 1931. She had asked him for money as he played cards with RKO stars Bert Wheeler & Robert Woolsey at an Agua Caliente, Mexico hotel. She threw the silver dollars he had offered at his face, screamed profanity, & wounded his scalp with a thrown ash tray. Nevertheless, Lee hired the Nick Harris Detectives to investigate her husband; they found the director & an unnamed woman naked in the bedroom of a friend's house. After days of testimony, she was awarded custody of their children & alimony in the amount of $100 a week. In late May 1931, Ivan St. John filed a complaint against her for destroying 16 glass panes & denting the walls of his West Hollywood home with her slipper. She had followed her husband & assaulted St. John when he tried to restrain her. Her maid Olga Wagonlander also later sued Lee for her wages. The JP gave Lee a sentence of $100 fine or 30 days in jail on January 25, 1932. When she plead she had no money, he suspended the sentence if she could scrouge up the $8.75; fortunately, someone watching paid the maid's wages. Lee retired from movies in 1934 to become a housewife for screenwriter James Seymour. She filed for divorce from him in May 1940. This still of Lee & Clive Brook was from Paramount's Afraid to Love (1927).