Tom Selleck Reportedly Reaches Settlement After Allegedly Stealing Truckloads of Water During Drought
During California's historic drought, actor Tom Selleck was accused of stealing water. Now, he has reportedly reached a settlement with his district.
Tom Selleck’s "drought shame" is over!
The Blue Bloods star and his wife, Jillie, had been accused of stealing truckloads of water from a public hydrant for their sprawling ranch that includes an avocado farm -- just as California copes with an historic drought.
The Calleguas Municipal Water District in Ventura County, California filed a civil complaint against the celebrity couple.
But now, reportedly, the actor has reached a settlement with the water district, which had claimed at least $32,000 in expenses from the Sellecks' actions.
The terms of the agreement have yet to be released.
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