Stars of 'Vampire Diaries' arrested in photo stunt
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FORSYTH, Ga. -- Several members of "The Vampire Diaries" TV series landed behind bars after a photo shoot on a bridge in Georgia prompted motorists to call police.
The drivers last month reported women dangling off the side of the bridge and flashing them in Forsyth, about 60 miles south of Atlanta.
Nina Dobrev, Sara Canning, Kayla Ewell and Candice Accola were charged with disorderly conduct on Aug. 22 and were released on bond.
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Authorities say a man named Tyler Shields told them he was a photographer shooting pictures for the show, which premiered Thursday on the CW Network. He was also charged.
A deputy checked the cameras and found numerous photographs of the women hanging from, sitting on and straddling the bridge.
The show's publicist, Pam Morrison, declined to comment.
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