A woman working at the Marc Jacobs store on Mercer Street received a package from California containing a white powder. She called the police thinking it was anthrax, but the FBI agents who came to the scene determined it wasn't. The NYPD later determined the powder was cocaine and took the employee in for questioning, though she wasn't charged. "It appears to have been a huge mix-up," a source tells "Page Six." "The girl has no idea why she was sent it. The cops are looking into whether it was intended for someone else in the building. But she was not happy with how she was treated by the police and is considering filing charges." So apparently, it's pretty easy to send cocaine in the mail. Oh, the flaws of Outlook!
Marc Jacobs employee receives surprise delivery [Page Six/NYP]