Jane Fonda Could End 'Fire Drill Fridays'

November 11, 2019
Jane Fonda is ending her "Fire Drill Fridays".

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Jane Fonda seems to be rethinking getting arrested every Friday. The "Grace & Frankie" star revealed that she stayed the night in jail following her third arrest and the experience changed the trajectory of her plans.

“I’ve got all the cockroaches [in the jail] on a first name basis,” she told the Post. “As one of my jailers said, ‘There’s gotta be better ways to call attention to your cause—don’t come back.’ I think she’s right. … My 82-year-old bones hurt.”

Fonda was issued a court date for her arrest charges. Fonday could face a maximum of $500 fine and/or 90 days in jail if found guilty on "incommoding" charges, according to DCist.

She told the Hollywood Reporter that 90 days in jail could affect her ability to film for the next season of "Grace & Frankie".

“So I’m not going to get arrested every time," she said. "They give you three warnings and so I will step away at the third warning.”

She began her original "Fire Drill Fridays" quest after being inspired by Greta Thunberg.

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