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Photos: Celebrities Get Parking Tickets, Too

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Celebrities: they're just like us! They get parking tickets from mean parking enforcement officers after their meter runs out or their car was just a hair in the red zone. They're also not like us: we're sure that $73 ticket on street-sweeping day doesn't sting as hard as it does for chumps like us who don't have our own parking spaces. Audrina Partridge doesn't look like she'll be an ally in the fight against City Hall. But Ellen looks just pissed enough to join what we've affectionately dubbed the Angry Parking Ticket Victims Association.

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