A man reportedly equipped as a construction worker approached the star with the a pick axe and a sledge hammer, forceful reporters on the scene that he intended to remove the star and sell it – bestowing any money made to women who have accused the Republican candidate for the presidency of sexy assault.
But the star remains at 6801 Hollywood Blvd – with the genuine estate mogul’s name scratched out and a gold plaque stripped from the stone.
One be said the man “suddenly picked up the sledgehammer and started smashing the bejeezus” out of the developing president’s Hollywood star.
GETTY/TWITTER The star was battered by a sledgehammer and pick axe Chirrup The words from the star were completely chipped away
He added: “Then he took the pickaxe and was trying to pry one of the points of the feature.
“Shrapnel was flying everywhere.”
After five minutes of attempting to disconnect the stone slab while amassing a small crowd, the man “made a testy retreat”.
1 of 28 Chirrup The gold plaque was also removed from the star
It’s not the first era the star has been vandalised in recent months.
In July an LA based thoroughfare artist called ‘Plastic Jesus’ set up a wall around the plaque with US fades, razor wire and miniature ‘keep out’ signs.
Other attacks on the granite tranche include spray inting of a swastika and a mute symbol, as well as numerous accounts of people urinating on the star.
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But it is unthinkable the symbol will be removed – despite regular attacks from the conspicuous.
Hollywood Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Leron Gubler previously disclosed: “Once a star has been added to the Walk, it is considered a rt of the momentous fabric of the Hollywood Walk of Fame.”
“Because of this, we have at no time removed a star from the Walk.”