Jessica Alba paid for her recent vandalism spree in Oklahoma City the way most celebs who get in trouble with the law do: by writing a fat check!
The actress apparently felt so sorry after plastering a United Way billboard with a huge poster of a great white shark (in an attempt to raise awareness for the plight of their threatened population) that she donated an undisclosed amount of money to the charity. "We're very pleased she made a contribution," United Way spokeswoman Erin Brewer told the Oklahoman, sharing that the donated money would be put to use supporting various positive projects around Oklahoma City. Since the amount was undisclosed, Alba could have donated anywhere between $500 and $9,999 to the organization.
Although the actress was questioned by police, they dropped the vandalism case against Alba when the owners of property damaged
by the posters, including the Oklahoma City government and the United
Way, declined to press charges.
Alba had already apologized for the incident, saying, "I got involved in something I should have had no part of."