What She Did Got Her BANNED In All 50 States!

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on June 27, 2016

 

GOOD!

She deserves what she got and a whole lot more!

A woman was banned from all national parks and federally administered land – more than a fifth of the United States – after defacing rock formations with graffiti and posting evidence of her crimes to social media.

Casey Nocket, 23, was also sentenced to 200 hours of community service and will pay a monetary fine to be determined at a hearing in December.

What She Did Got Her BANNED In All 50 States!

The San Diego woman documented her art on rock features on social media as she traveled across the US.

Over a 26-day period in 2014 she damaged formations at seven national parks by drawing or painting on them with acrylic paint and markers, signing her works with her social media handle ‘Creepytings.’

What She Did Got Her BANNED In All 50 States!

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