Aqua Teen bomb scare charges dropped

The criminal charges against Peter Berdovsky and Sean Stevens who carried out the AQUA TEEN HUNGER FORCE movie’s guerilla marketing campaign, which caused a bomb scare in Boston in January, have been dropped.

Peter Berdovsky and Sean Stevens could have been sentenced up to five years in jail, instead they performed community service at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital where they designed a mural and helped with repairs on the facility’s Charles River sailing docks.

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Source: AWN

05/15/2007 | Films | Comments

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