I’ve gotten a lot of emails and comments regarding this post so I spent an hour looking everywhere online but couldn’t find any info regarding Vanessa Hudgens being arrested for underage drinking. I have sent a message to the source asking them to verify the original source – I will follow up with this one. I don’t believe Vanessa was ever arrested since I can’t find anything relating to this. This is the original story: (( Vanessa Hudgens got herself in some really hot water again.
more Vanessa after the jump…
Vanessa was drinking and she got caught. While in Hollywood, celebrating at a club, an LAPD officer made a random entrance and started looking for underage drinkers. Vanessa, the High School Musical star was arrested and a rep for the star did not deny the event. Vanessa’s mom even called her daughter’s act as “stupid” and “pathetic.” – WF ))
The story is completely untrue! The source apparently has used another source that’s blank – nobody. I have to be more careful from now on – I normally dig well into my sources – this time, I slipped. I assumed and what is trying to ASSUME??? That’s making an ass out of you and me. So my full apology! We’re not perfect. We try to be as accurate as we can get.
I don’t delete this post like some other sites have. I know that the title will appear on the internet even if I deleted it. It won’t do Vanessa Hudgens any justice that way.
Anyway regarding underage drinking..
Let me ask all of you, have you ever drank any alcoholic beverages before you turned 21? I know I drank before I turned 15!
One thing I could never understand is why are teenagers allowed to drive but can’t have a beer? I got my license in California at 16 when I was in school there. Yes, yes, yes, I am a brainee, couldn’t you tell? – university at 16. I could drive but couldn’t legitimately hit the bars till years later – not until my Senior year in College. In Canada the drinking age is 19. Perhaps we should change the driving age to 25 so you are first allowed to go to the bars before going behind the wheels. In a lot of European countries, you are allowed to drink at 18 and drive at 18. Now, this is a very debatable point.
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