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Keith Richards' Daughter Appears in Court After Vandalism Arrest

Theodora Richards also busted for possessing controlled substances

March 3, 2011 10:05 AM ET
Keith Richards' Daughter Appears in Court After Vandalism Arrest
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Keith Richards' 25-year-old fashion model daughter Theodora Richards appeared in Manhattan Criminal Court yesterday following her arrest Tuesday night for for possession of drugs and vandalizing a convent in Soho.

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Richards was busted when police spotted her scrawling "T ♥ A" on the exterior of the convent with a red paint pen. The cops discovered that Richards was carrying the painkiller oxycodone without a prescription, as well as a small amount of marijuana.

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Richards did not enter a plea and was released without bail. She is scheduled to return to court on April 21st, and faces up to a year in jail if convicted on misdemeanor charges of possession of a controlled substance, graffiti and possession of a graffiti instrument.

Theodora Richards, daughter of Rolling Stones' Keith Richards, arrested for graffiti, pot possession
  [NY Daily News]

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