They haven't been married a full week, but newlyweds Russell Brand and Katy Perry are in some hot water over their over-the-top nuptials in northern India.
According to The Daily Star, a lawyer has filed papers against the celebrity couple, declaring that their night-long party outside a tiger sanctuary ultimately broke wildlife laws.
Brand, 35, and Perry, 26, tied the knot last Saturday (October 23) in a private ceremony at the Aman-e-Khas resort outside the Ranthambhore tiger sanctuary. In order to protect the animals there, local law maintains that all noise and lighting must be kept to a minimum after 10 pm.
Brand and Perry, who are currently honeymooning in the Maldives, allegedly did not honor this and could face up to seven years in jail if found guilty.
A director at the animal sanctuary defended the pair and said, "The allegations are ridiculous. There was no disturbance, no loud music."
by MacKenzie Wilson