Donald Trump has returned to Hollywood — at least on the Walk of Fame. The former president’s star is back on the fabled strip
Donald Trump has returned to Hollywood — at least on the Walk of Fame.
The former president’s star is back on the fabled strip in Los Angeles months after it was destroyed for the third time — by a man dressed as the Incredible Hulk.
Trump’s newest star, celebrating his work on TV’s “The Apprentice,” was unveiled Wednesday having been covered in plywood and cones since the latest attack in October.
It was smashed by a Hulk cosplayer using a pickax, police had told the Los Angeles Times.
It was the third time the star — awarded in 2007 — had been destroyed during Trump’s presidency, having suffered an earlier pickax attack in 2018 as well as being bashed by a sledgehammer in 2016.
As well as getting destroyed, the star was also repeatedly vandalized, with a Nazi Swastika painted over it as well as some fake prison bars.
Even George Lopez pretended to get in on the act, feigning that he was urinating on it in 2018.
Trump is not the only celebrity to have his star vandalized on the famous strip of Hollywood and Vine.
Convicted sex attacker Bill Cosby and accused child molester Michael Jackson have also had their stars vandalized, but never removed, the LA Times noted.