This is awful.
The son of The Sopranos star Michael Imperioli, Vadim Imperioli, was arrested and faces charges of criminal mischief for spray-painting a Nazi swastika on a dorm bulletin board at Purchase College, according to reports.
Captain Doug Larkin of the New York State Police told Journal News on Wednesday:
"We assisted SUNY Purchase police. He was arrested for the swastika incident."
This isn't the 19-year-old's first run-in with the law as he was in court for unrelated petty larceny charges on Tuesday, and has served three years' probation for vandalism in California in the past.
The incident in question reportedly occurred at the same time the phrase "Black Lives Don't Matter" was discovered on another part of the campus — which is still under investigation. #Trumpmerica16 continues.
Vadim heads to court on January 17.