Looks like Vanessa Hudgens has to get her funds in order because the court is very serious about her charges. The singer was charged a few months back for damaging a natural feature on the red rock in Sedona.
The Coconino National Forest, which manages land around Sedona renowned for the towering red rock caught wind of it. Damaging a natural feature on U.S. Forest Service land is a misdemeanor punishable by up to six months in jail and a maximum $5,000 fine.
Forest Service officials said Tuesday that they contacted Hudgens, who “was cooperative in providing the specific location” of the carving. They referred the investigation results to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Flagstaff, which set a potential hearing date for Hudgens.
Currently, her options are either to accept the agreement and pay an undisclosed fine and restitution, or appear in court to answer to the misdemeanor violations of defacing and/or damaging natural features.