Vanessa Hudgens Under Investigation for Allegedly Defacing Arizona’s Red Rock
“Happy Valentine’s Day boo boo bears,” Hudgens captioned the shot. However, the post appears to have landed her in trouble with Red Rock Ranger District officials, as they believe the defaced stone was located in the Coconino National Forest, reports TMZ. Under federal law, people are prohibited from damaging natural surfaces or property of the United States, with punishments including six months behind bars and/or a $5,000 fine. Hudgens and Butler have yet to respond to the controversy, but the image which had been uploaded on Monday, was removed from the actress’ account by Tuesday afternoon. Other photos of the couple admiring the Sedona mountains remained on Hudgens’ profile page. The romantic getaway was a much needed distraction for Hudgens, who lost her father Greg to cancer on January 30, the eve of her debut as bad girl Rizzo in the TV musical event Grease: Live. Hudgens, 27, subsequently dedicated the show to her dad. “I am so sad to say that last night my daddy Greg passed away from stage 4 cancer,” she wrote on Twitter. “Thank you to everyone who kept him in your prayers. Tonight, I do the show in his honor.” He was laid to rest in a Los Angeles ceremony on February 9.