Actress Rosario Dawson is celebrating after disorderly conduct and obstructing government administration charges against her were dismissed in New York.The "Alexander" star, 25, was arrested in August 2004 for breaking a little-known New York state rule, which forbids protestors from covering their faces, while filming a scene for a new film in the midst of a real-life rally at the Republican National Convention.A group of 20 Jonesboro, Ark., ministers had complained that Nelly's songs refer to drugs, sex and violence and called on people to tear up their tickets.During a rally on March 1, the Reverend Adrian Rodgers of the Fullness of Joy Church said, "Jonesboro is a wonderful city because of what does not come here." Nelly's concert at the northeastern Arkansas school was part of a nationwide tour.Hip-hop star Nelly drew nearly 6,300 fans to his concert at Arkansas State University on Saturday despite well-publicized calls for a boycott by area ministers.Officials say no protesters were in evidence as the rapper took to the stage at the Convocation Center.
"The only demand Ali made on me was that I didn't get involved in the fashion." Hewson adds, "Bono's biggest impression of the Africans is that they don't want charity, they want trade. Kimberly Jones is not guilty of any of these charges." Jones is accused of lying to a federal grand jury investigating two of her associates -- Suif Jackson and Damion Butler -- in the 2001 gun battle that left one man injured.
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But this morning, a Manhattan judge dismissed charges against Dawson and two others, who were arrested while filming movie scenes for the new film, "This Revolution." The actress says, "I'm happy how this all went down." Former "Baywatch" actress Alexandra Paul was one of two actresses arrested Monday after blocking the path of trucks hauling a batch of electric cars to be destroyed.
Paul and Colette Divine were booked on suspicion of failing to obey an officer, according to police.