how is this illegal?

September 12, 2009 | Photos | editor | 0 Comments

‘The Vampire Diaries’ is a show on the CW, apparently, and I didn’t bother to look up what it’s about because I’m pretty sure I could guess what the answer would be, but mainly because that’s not the point to this. The point to this is that Georgia sucks. The LA Times says…

(The shows) four young stars, Nina Dobrev, 20, Candice Accola, 22, Kayla Ewell, 24, and Sara Canning, 22, were charged with disorderly conduct.
They allegedly hung from a bridge in Forsyth, Ga., and flashed motorists.
Monroe County Sheriff’s Department deputies responded to reports that several kids had been hanging and flashing from the bridge at the I -75 northbound intersection.
Despite protests that they were simply doing promo shoots for a TV show , the deputies booked them.

I don’t think I get it. This is Nina Dobrev. This is Kayla Ewell. This is Candice Accola, and this is Sara Canning (and this and this are semi-naked pictures of model Nina Moric that I had in the wrong folder).

It seems hard to believe that 4 hot young girls flashing their naked bodies at people is a problem. Is sunshine and happiness illegal there too? What about puppy dog kisses and the laughter of a child? What the hell is Georgia’s problem, why do they hate hot girls who are trying to make this world a better place?

(16 more pics, mostly of Nina, here. hq jump here. mugshot source = splash)

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