California man charged with destroying Trump’s star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

California man charged with destroying Trump’s star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

California man charged with destroying Trump’s star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Trump's star on Hollywood Walk of Fame destroyed with pickax; suspect turns himself in If convicted, Clay could face a possible maximum sentence of three years in jail.

The West Hollywood City Council will vote Monday night on a proposal to urge that President Trump's star be removed from the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The West Hollywood resolution doesn't mention the vandalism in its case for removing the star.

Clay used a pickaxe on July 25 to smash the president's star, which he received in January 2007 for his work as the creator and host of NBC's "The Apprentice", police said.

The Trump star has been vandalized numerous times since the former television personality/alleged billionaire decided to make America "meh" again, and was completely destroyed twice-the most recent patriotic act occurring last month-only to be replaced using taxpayer funds.

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The Walk of Fame is an invitation-only marketing gimmick-cum-tourist site which raises revenue for the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce; once offered a star, the recipient must then pay for the star and its installation out of their own pocket.

James Otis, the man who allegedly smashed Trump's star days before the 2016 election day, told TMZ last month he was going to cover Clay's bail and planned to meet him in person as soon as he was released.

"West Hollywood City council unanimously passes resolution asking the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce to remove the Donald Trump star on Hollywood Walk of Fame", cheered John Duran on Twitter.

He described Mr Trump as "unethical", "racist" and a "bigot", adding that he wanted to "preserve the integrity of the Walk Of Fame".

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