Vadim Imperioli, 19, the child of on-screen character Michael Imperioli, confronts charges of criminal wickedness for shower painting the Nazi image on a release board on Nov. 21, as indicated by the Journal News.
“We helped SUNY Purchase police,” Capt. Doug Larkin of the New York State Police told the daily paper Wednesday. “He was captured for the swastika occurrence.”
Imperioli was in court Tuesday on random unimportant robbery allegations when the vandalism was raised by prosecutors. The California-raised troublemaker is a film understudy at Purchase, as per his Facebook page. In any case, his lawyer recounted a judge an alternate story on Tuesday.
“I don’t trust he’s as yet setting off to that school,” lawyer Russell Smith said, by Journal News. Prosecutors said that Imperioli served three years’ probation for vandalism in California and had been included for a situation of “criminal insidiousness since his last time in this court,” the daily paper reported. Imperioli’s dad won an Emmy in 2004 for playing mobster Christopher Moltisanti on HBO’s “The Sopranos.”
He has additionally showed up in movies, for example, “Goodfellas,” “Summer of Sam,” and “Wilderness Fever.” Around a similar time that the swastika was found, somebody composed the expression “Dark Lives Don’t Matter” on grounds. That occurrence is as yet being examined, by Journal News.