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Vanessa Hudgens Was Fined $1000 For Posting This Photo On Instagram With Boyfriend

Earlier this year, the much in love celebrity couple Vanessa Hudgens and Austen Butler took a trip to the Coconino National Forest park in Arizona to spend Valentine's Day. They carved their names 'Austin + Vanessa' on a red rock of the famous red rock formations of the national park. They shared a photo of the carving on Instagram from Vanessa's account as well.

Lesser did they know, this seemingly lovely act would land them in a legal trouble. Carving on the red rocks is forbidden under the US Forest Service Land and thus, Vanessa has been fined $1000 for carving a drawing of a heart on the rocks.

Vanessa Hudgens Was Fined $1000 For Posting This Photo On Instagram With Boyfriend

Vanessa Hudgens Was Fined $1000 For Posting This Photo On Instagram With Boyfriend

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Actress Vanessa Hudgens and her boyfriend Austin Butler spent this Valentine's day at the Coconino National Forest park in Arizona.

Actress Vanessa Hudgens and her boyfriend Austin Butler spent this Valentine's day at the Coconino National Forest park in Arizona.

They defaced a red rock by carving their names in a heart with a stone. 

They defaced a red rock by carving their names in a heart with a stone. 

They later posted a picture of their handiwork on Instagram, which landed them into a trouble.

They later posted a picture of their handiwork on Instagram, which landed them into a trouble.

They are now fined for damaging a natural feature on US Natural Forest Land.

They are now fined for damaging a natural feature on US Natural Forest Land.

The High School Musical star is ordered to pay a fine of $1000.

The High School Musical star is ordered to pay a fine of $1000.

This money would be used to remove the etching by a volunteer group 'Friends of the Forest.'

This money would be used to remove the etching by a volunteer group 'Friends of the Forest.'

"She was caught in the act because she publicized it and she's famous"

Coconino National Forest Service spokesman Brady Smith said, "This incident is currently under investigation, so there is not much I can share specifically since I am not privy to the details of an investigation until it is complete. However, I can say that the issue of people carving their names and other things in rocks in the Sedona and surrounding area is always a challenge we face, and try to inform people about its destructive nature. We have found that when one person carves something, it encourages others to carve."

The High School Musical star is said to have co-operated well with the authorities in this case.

The High School Musical star is said to have co-operated well with the authorities in this case.

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