Celebrity’s son arrested for anti-Semitic vandalism at SUNY

The son of a TV celebrity was arrested for vandalizing a US campus dormitory with hate graffiti.

The son of Sicilian-American actor Michael Imperioli, who played mobster Christopher Moltisanti on HBO‘s mega-hit series “The Sopranos,” was arrested Wednesday for spray-painting a swastika in a State University of New York (SUNY) Purchase dormitory, The Journal News reported.

Capt. Doug Larkin of the New York State Police confirmed the arrest. “We assisted SUNY Purchase police,” he stated.

Vadim Imperioli, 19, is an aspiring comedian. He also faces a separate criminal mischief charge, and his arraignment is scheduled for Jan. 17, Larkin said.

By: World Israel News Staff