A young woman was accused of vandalism for "decorating" the national parks of the United States

A young woman was accused of vandalism for

Now, the United States National Park System has accused her of vandalism for the destruction of the heritage of 8 national parks and is trying to remove Nocket's graffiti from the landscape.

The "artist", who signed her works as Creepytings, photographed herself while drawing in different parks and even posing next to the protected paintings.

Among the parks "decorated" by the young woman are Yosemite National Park, Death Valley National Park and Joshua Tree National Park in California; Rocky Mountain National Park and Colorado National Monument; the Crater Lake National Park, in Oregon; Zion National Park and Canyon Land National Park, Utah.

In a press release, the United States National Park System reported that "investigators continue to collect evidence of crimes and conduct interviews."

They will also consult with the United States Attorney's Office regarding the potential costs of the damages. In addition, he said that the Rocky Mountain National Park graffiti was removed in late September, while a team works to remove the image in Yosemite National Park. The painting in Crater Lake is covered in ice and snow and most likely cannot be removed until next year at the earliest.


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