Theodora Richards, Daughter Of Rolling Stones Rocker, Arraigned On Drug, Graffiti Charges In NY

Theodora Richards attends the re-release of The Rolling Stones''Exile on Main St.' album at The Museum of Modern Art on May 11, 2010 in New York City. Theodora Richards attends the re-release of The Rolling Stones''Exile on Main St.' album at The Museum of Modern Art on May 11, 2010 in New York City.

The daughter of Rolling Stone rocker Keith Richards has been arraigned on drug and graffiti charges after patrol officers say they saw her painting graffiti on the side of a New York City building.

Theodora Richards was released without bail after her arraignment Wednesday. She didn’t enter a plea and didn’t speak to reporters as she left the courtroom.

According to the criminal complaint, officers noticed the 25-year-old model painting “T (heart) A” on the side of a building that houses a convent in the swanky Soho section of Manhattan on Tuesday night.

Police say they found a small amount of marijuana, 8 ½ hydrocodone pills and a paint marker on Richards.

She is due back in court April 21.

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