Andrew Keegan Was Busted Selling Illegal Kombucha for the Religion He Founded
Oh, come on.
You remember when Andrew Keegan started a religion, right? If not, the former teen heartthrob from 7th Heaven and 10 Things I Hate About You started his own "new age" religion last year, and now it has been busted for selling Kombucha -- fermented tea that has the tiniest amount of alcohol in it -- at Keegan's Full Circle spiritual community center.
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Keegan and his fellow enlightened were busted by undercover agents at the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, who found that the beverage was being served during a fundraiser for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society.
"Kombucha is something we’d never imagine to be an illegal substance," Keegan told the Argonaut. "And it's frustrating the system has that perspective."
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Not to rush to the defense of a child star now heading his totally-not-cult, but you have to imagine the ABC has bigger things to worry about than a tea drink your weird neighbor uses to detox.
Nonetheless, Keegan's center was given a misdemeanor citation for selling alcohol without a license.
We can't help but get the feeling that this kind of thing could only happen in Los Angeles. (We're not all like this, we promise!)
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