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In Court – After Yellowstone Indictment: Pierce Brosnan Pleads Guilty – News

In Court – After Yellowstone Indictment: Pierce Brosnan Pleads Guilty – News


Pierce Brosnan pleaded guilty in court to entering a restricted area in Yellowstone National Park.

Yellowstone National Park, located mostly in Wyoming, is known for its hot springs and geysers. However, dangerous areas are closed to visitors. Most of the time, you have to stay on the trails and observe the sights from a distance.

A court ruling has now been issued against former James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan in relation to the park: the 70-year-old actor admitted that he entered an area closed to visitors last November. According to the allegations, Brosnan violated the restrictions imposed in the park. The actor wanted to take a photo of a snow-covered thermal area and apparently got lost.


Brosnan was at the Yellowstone Film Ranch in Montana, USA, last November to film the western film “Unholy Trinity.”

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After Pierce Brosnan pleaded guilty, a Wyoming District Court judge imposed a fine of about $1,500. In January, the Irish national rejected the allegations. If found guilty, he could face up to 6 months in prison.

However, all other points were dropped and Brosnan escaped with the fine. He did not have to appear in court in person for the ruling, but was able to join the hearing virtually.

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The 70-year-old wrote in an Instagram post: “I am very sorry for my insult and I sincerely apologize to everyone for infringing on this sensitive area.” He made a reckless mistake – one he doesn't take seriously.

As an environmentalist, I have the greatest respect and love for our nature.

Brosnan said Yellowstone and all national parks should be preserved and preserved for everyone to enjoy. As an environmentalist, he has the greatest respect and love for nature. The actor was simply not aware that he had violated national park regulations. Defending his behavior, he said: “I did not see a sign saying ‘No Trespassing’ and I did not walk in the vicinity.”