The sexy quartet of Vampire Diaries stars accused of flashing motorists from a Georgia bridge last month have a date with Judge Geoffrey Davis at Monroe County Magistrates Court on Thursday.
Nina Dobrev, 20, Candice Accola, 22, Kayla Ewell, 24 and Sara Canning, 22, (along with photographer Tyler Shields and extra Krystal Vayda) were booked at Monroe County Sheriff’s Department on disorderly conduct charges following the Aug. 22 incident.
All six were released from custody after Shields, who told police officers that he was taking photographs for the show, posted $4,000 in bail. Authorities did not find any racy images contained in Shields' camera.
“Tyler has reached-out to the women to appear at court but still does not know if they will," a source close to Shields told RadarOnline.com. “He acted like a gentleman by posting the bail to get them all out, but it looks like he could now be hit in the pocket as a result.”
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A spokesperson at the court told RadarOnline.com that if the accused fail to appear, then they could be fined as much as $1,000 each, and the $4,000 bail will automatically be forfeited.
If the young stars – who are currently filming the show in Georgia – appear and plead guilty to the charges, the judge could hit them with as little as a $100 fine each, allowing Shields to then get his bail re-instated by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department.
The Vampire Diaries continues to get strong ratings for the CW Network, as the show's third episode this season recently pulled in a respectable 3.81 million viewers for the network.