Jane Fonda’s seventh straight “Fire Drill Friday” environmental change fight has prompted more captures … also, some new enormous names have been added to the rundown.
Diane Lane, Piper Perabo, and Amber Valletta joined Jane’s power of ecological dissidents in Washington D.C. Friday for a showing at the Supreme Court building … what’s more, got dragged away in handcuffs in the wake of denying police requests to move.
Before they were removed, Diane and Amber revealed to us it was their first time being captured … number 2 for Piper. “The Good Place” on-screen character Manny Jacinto was likewise close by however didn’t get captured.
Neither did Fonda – for the third straight week. As should be obvious … she hurries away when she begins feeling the warmth from police.
As we revealed … Jane’s been captured multiple times, however last Friday when the cops moved in she moved to higher ground and recited with her confidants from a gallery in the Capitol.
We’re told the people behind FDF with Fonda are ensuring she maintains a strategic distance from her fifth capture since it could bring about genuine results … also, they need her to have the option to remain the week after week face of the development.
The D.C. Lawyer General’s office declined to charge her for her past 4 captures … in any case, the fifth could be the one that grounds her some critical prison time.
Path, Perabo and Valletta would now be able to wear a capture symbol of respect with Fonda, alongside other Hollywood buddies who’ve joined her … like Sam Waterston, Ted Danson, Rosanna Arquette and Catherine Keener. Ben and Jerry fought as well yet didn’t get captured.