by Sarah Wynn
HOLLYWOOD, California — President Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was destroyed by a pick-ax, a little over two weeks ago. Now, there are fake Donald Trump star stickers popping up on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The stickers were placed on August 9, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
They come just days after the West Hollywood City Council called for the removal of Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star.
A Twitter user named "The Faction," claimed responsibility for the vandalism. The group also warned that more 30 stars will be added if Trump's Walk of Fame star is destroyed.
The user posted a video of a group installing the fake Trump stars, dressed in neon orange construction vests. The group placed the fake stars around actual stars on the Walk of Fame, including late night host Jimmy Kimmel and actor/director Rob Reiner.
The group told the Hollywood Reporter, that the stickers cost $1,000 and could last for 10 years.
President Trump's star was destroyed last month by a 52-year-old man. He faces a maximum of three years in jail or a $10,000 fine.
The star was given to Trump in 207 for his work on the reality show "The Apprentice."
Trump's real Hollywood Walk of Fame star has been repaired.