Man charged with vandalising Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star
James Otis, 52, is accused of using a pick axe and sledgehammer to smash the star on October 26 - two weeks before Mr Trump won the US presidential election.
Otis allegedly removed a brass medallion from the middle of the star during the attack, prosecutors said.
He is charged with one count of vandalism more than £322 ($400) and faces up to three years in jail if convicted, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office said.
Otis is due to appear in court at Foltz Criminal Justice Centre in Los Angeles today, where bail will be recommended at £16,108 ($20,000).
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