Target: Thomas Tidwell, Chief of U.S. Forest Service
Goal: Make a public example out of Hudgens by making her pay the fine for vandalizing a rock wall.
Celebrity Vanessa Hudgens, with help from her lover, allegedly carved a memento into a rock wall formation in the Coconino National Forest in Arizona. This type of behavior displays a blatant disregard for environmental conservation laws, and she should be treated as any other citizen would in this situation. The illegal act of defacing the rock wall formation carries a maximum penalty of six months in jail or a $5,000 fine.
It would be beneficial to charge Vanessa with this crime, since many are following the incident, and it would set an example for others who wish to carve into these rock formations. Obviously, since Hudgens posted her crime on social media, she was under the impression that she can get away with anything, and we should not allow that type of behavior.
Sign this petition to urge the U.S. Forest Service to seek charges against herself and her friend that allegedly participated in this vandalism.
Dear Mr. Tidwell,
As I’m sure you are aware, Vanessa Hudgens and her friend recently decided to vandalize a section of the preserved rock wall formation in the Coconino National Forest. This reckless and careless behavior demonstrated by a wealthy celebrity, who had many other options of entertainment, cannot be overlooked. She and her boyfriend could have done anything for amusement that day, but they ultimately decided to break the law and deface a protected landmark.
Furthermore, the celebrity was so unfazed by the punishments surrounding this crime that she posted a picture of the vandalism on social media for all to see. She was proud of what they did that day and obviously thought she would get away with it. We must not let anyone, especially a celebrity in the public eye, get away with these crimes against the conservation of nature.
Please pursue this case with the utmost seriousness and ensure that Hudgens and her accomplice are charged for this crime.
[Your Name Here]
Photo Credit: Josh Hallett