WASHINGTON, DC (Fri, Mar. 16) – Hollywood actor George Clooney, who was arrested for civil disobedience during a protest outside Sudan's embassy in Washington DC on Friday, has been released after paying a $100 fine, LA Times reported.
According to details; Clooney was arrested along with his father Nick Clooney and several other U.S. congress members on Friday outside Sudan's embassy as they staged a protest to demand that government forces end an offensive in South Kordofan.
"I guess we're not allowed to hang out at the Sudanese Embassy," the actor joked at a press conference after his release. "It was really rough, you can imagine.”
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