- The Washington Times - Saturday, May 14, 2016

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but in Vanessa Hudgens’s case, it’s also worth a cool grand.

That’s the amount the actress reportedly has paid in restitution after federal authorities were alerted to a posting on her Instagram account in February depicting a heart carved into a rock formation bearing her and boyfriend Austin Butler’s first names.

“She was caught in the act because she publicized it and she’s famous,” Coconino National Forest Service spokesman Brady Smith told The Associated Press, noting that graffiti like that often goes undetected and unpunished. “I’m sure there are others who are not famous and publicized it and we’ve never known.”

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