Son of 'Sopranos' Star Busted for Allegedly Spray-Painting Swastika in College Dorm
Vadim, the oldest son of Imperioli and his wife, Victoria, starred with his father in the short-lived TV drama 'Detroit 1-8-7.'
The son of Sopranos actor Michael Imperioli was arrested for allegedly spray-painting a swastika on a dorm wall at a college in New York.
According to reports, 19-year-old Vadim Imperioli, an aspiring standup comic, faces charges of criminal mischief for spray-painting the Nazi symbol on a bulletin board at SUNY Purchase on November 20, according to The Journal News.
"We assisted SUNY Purchase police," Captain Doug Larkin of the New York State Police told the newspaper Wednesday. "He was arrested for the swastika incident."
Captain Larkin added that Imperioli faces a charge of criminal mischief in the fourth degree at his scheduled arraignment next month.
The younger Imperioli’s Facebook page has him listed as a student at the school. However, his lawyer Russell Smith said he doesn’t believe his client is still enrolled there.
He was in court earlier this week facing a separate charge of criminal mischief and once served three years’ probation in California for vandalism.
Vadim, the oldest son of Michael and his wife, Victoria, starred with his father in two episodes of the short-lived ABC network drama Detroit 1-8-7. He also appeared as the younger version of his father's character in the 2007 TV movie Mitch Albom's For One More Day.
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