Donald Trump’s star on Hollywood Walk of Fame completely destroyed


President Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was destroyed early this morning, according to ABC affiliate KABC-TV.

Workers remove the damaged remains of President Donald J. Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame after it was destroyed overnight in Hollywood.

The star of Trump was "totally demolished, not just vandalised", according to the Hollywood reporter. The Los Angeles District Attorney's Office said Otis then removed the brass medallion from the middle of the star.

"The Hollywood Walk of Fame is an institution celebrating the positive contributions of the inductees", Leron Gubler, president and CEO of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, said in the statement. Then, it's believed, he called police himself to report it, but left the scene before they got here.

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Trump's star is the 2327th star on Hollywood Boulevard.

Austin Clay is being held for investigation of felony vandalism using a pickaxe after surrendering to Los Angeles Police.

In July of that year, an artist built a six-inch wall around Donald Trump's star, like a replica of the wall of the president's dreams along the border with Mexico.

In 2016, as Trump's political career surged into prominence, reports surfaced of the star being regularly defaced.

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"During last year's L.A. Pride Resist March, the Trump's star was covered in stickers that said "#IResist Extremist" and "#IResist Transphobia" in opposition to administration policies seen as excluding transgender people and others.

Mr Otis was ordered to complete 20 days of litter-picking for the vandalism, as well as pay the local authorities more than $4,000 in costs to fix the star.

Police told CBS Los Angeles that whoever damaged the star apparently also called it in to authorities.

In February 2017, the month after the US President's inauguration, the man named James Otis pleaded no contest to felony vandalism.

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