Last 2016, Vanessa Hudgens and her boyfriend have visited a national park. Hudgens and her boyfriend were then accused of carving in a stone in a national park.
Recently, Hudgens has guested in the radio program, Sway Calloway's Sirius XM's morning show, "Sway in the Morning" to defend herself. Finally, the "High School Musical" star has put everything to rest.
Hudgens told the host that she and her boyfriend have written their names and drawn a heart on the rock. The Disney star explained, according to People, that they did not carve anything on the stone.
Instead, they utilized another rock to write on a rock. Hudgens again insisted that they did not do anything that would make a permanent mark on the stone, Daily Mail UK reported.
Hudgens said that the rock inscription has only created a chalk-like writing that can be just removed or washed off when it rains. She tells that she is a tree-huger herself and she loves the nature.
Hudgens got disappointed and frustrated for everything that transpired. Hudgens and her beau have been a subject of investigation after they have been suspected to be carving in the rock at a national park.
Hudgens had to pay a levy, a big amount "to say sorry" for the mess that has happened. Hudgens paid $1,000 to the United States Forest Service for the restitution of the damage to property.
Hudgens said she never meant to disrespect the land. She further explained that it is not like she got a key and used it to carve in the rock.
Hudgens is a popular American actress and singer. She became a renowned celebrity when she performed as Gabriella Montez in the "High School Musical" series.
Hudgens has starred in the various TV shows and films by the Disney Channel. She has gotten her debut film, "Thirteen" in 2003 where she landed a supporting role.
Hudgens has got her mainstream success when she starred in the "High School Musical" trilogy along with Zac Efron, her former boyfriend. Hudgens's career flourished as her relationship with her "High School Musical" love team, Efron was highly publicized. The "High School Musical" success indeed made her a household name.
The songs in the "High School Musical" movies also charted worldwide. Hudgens had their songs peak in the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100.
This led Hudgens in recording her debut album "V," which was then released on September 26, 2006. Her album "V" made into the Billboard 200 and got in the number 24 spot of the Billboard chart.
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