Lucy Lawless assimilated activists in interlude a drillship withdrawal port
10:44am UK, Thursday Jun 14, 2012
Actress Lucy Lawless has pleaded guilty to tamper after she and other activists protested aboard an oil-drilling boat docked in New Zealand.
The star of TV array Xena: Warrior Princess is due to be condemned in Sep and faces adult to 3 years in prison.
Prosecutors reduced a some-more critical assign of burglary.
Lawless, 44, a local New Zealander who also starred in a Starz wire radio array Spartacus.
In February, she and 5 other Greenpeace environmental activists spent 4 days perched on tip of a 53-metre drilling building on a Noble Discoverer in Port Taranaki.
They were protesting opposite Arctic oil exploration.
Eight activists have pleaded guilty to a assign of tamper during a Auckland District Court.