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James Cromwell of 'Babe' fame was on Feb. 7, 2013 arrested at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for protesting about a school study that the animal rights group PETA says involves "abusive experiments" of cats.
The director of the college's Research Animal Resource Center said the allegations are 'baseless.' The actor, who PETA described as a longtime supporter, and a male employee of the group, were booked at a county jail and then released hours later.
Carrying signs with a photo of an orange tabby named Double Trouble, one of the cats reportedly used in a UW-Madison Research Animal Resource Center study about deafness, the two men had interrupted a Board of Regents meeting.
On March 25, Cromwell and the man pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct and were issued fines of $263.
(READ MORE about his arrest here.)
(Pictured: James Cromwell appears in a mug shot provided by the Dane County Sheriff's Office.).)
( Photo / Dane County Sheriff's Office)