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Jane Fonda was arrested in 1970 in Ohio for alleged drug smuggling. She had traveled there from Canada, where she had given a speech about the Vietnam War as part of a speaking tour. The pills she carried were later found to be vitamins. Fonda has used the mug shot as her Twitter profile photo.
'It was like I had Richard Avedon in that jailhouse taking my mug shot; it's a beautiful mug shot,' she told Harper's Bazaar magazine in August 2011. "My hair was in Klute mode. About four years ago, I went to the Sally Hershberger salon in New York and one entire wall, like six feet, was my mug shot!'
Fonda was dubbed "Hanoi Jane" by Vietnam War supporters following a controversial visit to North Vietnam in 1972. She later stirred more anger when photos showed her sitting atop a Viet Cong anti-aircraft gun. The actress has since said she regrets posing for them.
(Pictured: Jane Fonda appears in a mug shot taken after her 1970 arrest in Ohio for alleged drug smuggling.)
(ABC Photo / twitter.com/janefonda)