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October 05, 2009

Charges Dropped Against Vampire Diaries Flashers!

Charges Dropped Against Vampire Diaries Flashers!

Criminal charges have been dropped against the four stars of The Vampire Diaries after they were busted flashing motorists in Georgia.

Nina Dobrev, 20, Candice Accola, 22, Kayla Ewell, 24 and Sara Canning, 22, were arrested for after people complained they were flashes people on the highway. “It’s over, they forfeited $500 and Judge Geoffrey Davis dismissed the case since they forfeited the bond. He is not issuing a warrant; it’s over since the county got the money from the bonding company. All six people failed to appear so they each forfeited $500 for a total of $3000.” a source revealed.

I wonder who complained about these hot actresses flashing them?

 

September 11, 2009

Vampire Diaries Cast Members Arrested!

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The cast members of the new hit show, The Vampire Diaries, were just arrested for flashing!

The Monroe County Sheriff's Department arrested Nina Dobreva, Candice Accola, Kayla Ewell and Sara Canning in Forsyth, Georgia and charged them with disorderly conduct. Police say they were flashing motorists from a bridge over the I-75 bridge. Photographer Tyler Shields told the cops they were promo pictures for Vampire Diaries but cops didn't buy it. They were fined $4,000 and let go.

Would you want to see those pics of the cast members flashing the camera? Click on the pics for their mugshots!

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