Donald Trump's Hollywood star vandalized

Donald Trump's Hollywood star vandalized

Donald Trump's Hollywood star vandalized

"A pickax was used in vandalising the star" embedded in the sidewalk near Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue in Los Angeles at about 3:30am, Sergeant Ray Brown of the LAPD said by telephone. The man has since turned himself in and is now in custody, Beverly Hills Police have confirmed. His identity was not disclosed. In 2016, James Lambert Otis was taped destroying the star after the infamous Billy Bush tape and Trump's comments concerning sexual assault during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Damaging any Walk of Fame star will result in arrest and prosecution, said officials.

The man reportedly pulled a pickax from a guitar case and started smashing the star. "The last time, someone put a sticker over the star", Francisco Javier, another performer who was dressed like Superman, said at the time.

The Hollywood Historic Trust will fix the star but requires several days of seasoning before it is polished.

Leong said he will likely be booked on suspicion of felony vandalism.

Wednesday's incident isn't the first time Trump's star has been defaced. While some people like to show their dislike for him by creating memes, there are some who likes to destroy property with his name on it.


Walk of Fame star recipients are selected by a committee that considers hundreds of applications each year.

Not much is left of the star after police say a man took a pickaxe to it Wednesday morning.

The president received the star in 2007 while he was a producer and host of "The Apprentice".

The amusing man chose to post a video pretending to urinate on Donald Trump's star and some of POTUS' supporters were adamant that Lopez should be arrested.

Camera IconSpiderman assists Gregg Donovan, former Hollywood ambassador, making sure nobody steps into the crater created after Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was destroyed.

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