— Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) May 14, 2016
@TMZ Horse crap. Anyone not famous would be been hit with a $25K fine and jail time. Must be nice to be above the laws set for us poor folks
— Deidra Davis (@DeidraDavis) May 14, 2016
While Vanessa Hudgens got caught for her irresponsible and inconsiderate act of vandalizing the red rock wall in Sedona, Forest Service officials say that deliberate damage to the natural features is common and finding out who’s behind it is not. Vanessa Hudgens’ fame and bravado definitely worked against her in this case, said National Forest Service employee Brady Smith.
“She was caught in the act because she publicized it and she’s famous. I’m sure there are others who are not famous and publicized it and we’ve never known.”
“Unfortunately, there’s a lot that happens.”
Reportedly, 10 to 15 volunteers hit the area every other week armed with drills, sandpaper and wire brushes, seeking out and attempting to eliminate graffiti in the area.
What do you think about Hudgens’ actions and the repercussions? Was a $1,000 fine an appropriate punishment for her crime? Or, did Vanessa Hudgens get off too lightly because of her celebrity status?
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