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Why was Jane Fonda arrested in Washington DC and has she been arrested before?

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Why was Jane Fonda arrested in Washington DC and has she been arrested before?We stan. (Picture: Jason Merritt/Getty Images) Hollywood icon Jane Fonda was arrested in Washington DC on Friday 11 October on the steps of the US Capitol building. Wearing a long red coat, a hat and dark boots, police officers further accessorised her look by placing plastic ties around her wrists before walking her to their vehicle. As it happened, people around her cheered and called: β€˜We love you Jane’. Why was Jane Fonda arrested? Fonda, 81, was arrested during a climate change protest. The actress said: β€˜I’m going to take my body, which is kind of famous and popular right now because of the [television] series and I’m going to go to D.C. and I’m going to have a rally every Friday. To...
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Jane Fonda Arrested While Protesting Climate Change in Washington, DC The 81-year-old was arrested in front of the U.S. Capitol during a climate change demonstration. The actress and activist was one of 16 people arrested and charged with obstruction. @MikevWUSA, via Twitter In a recent interview,...

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