Brawl breaks out at Trump's Walk of Fame star in Hollywood after it was destroyed with a pickaxe

Trump's Walk of Fame star has been in news this week after a clip of a 24-year-old Austin Clay hammering away at Trump's star on early Wednesday morning was released


                            Brawl breaks out at Trump's Walk of Fame star in Hollywood after it was destroyed with a pickaxe

A brawl broke out at President Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star on Thursday night after a heavy protest over the vandalizing of the Republican's star. The protest was organized after a man vandalized the Republican's star with a pickaxe in Los Anges on early Wednesday morning, rendering it unrecognizable.

The scuffle occurred between Trump supporters and his opponents who had surrounded the star. A few supporters of the Republican president had reportedly begun guarding the star to protect it from further harm after the Wednesday's incident. 

Donald Trump's Walk of Fame star (before) and the star after the vandalism (R)
Donald Trump's Walk of Fame star (before) and the star after the vandalism (R)

Protesters from both the sides squared off arguing over the use of the N-word, which triggered the skirmish, according to TMZ.

The clip starts with two protesters, one wearing a Trump t-shirt, arguing over the use of a word as one of them says: "I can say anything I want to, bro. I can say anything I want to... You can't tell me what to do... I don't give a f**k... What are you going to do?"



The other protester can be heard repeatedly saying: "Get out of my face." It is then when two other protesters push each other and begin punching and kicking as some members of the groups attempt to break the fight.

The clip, at one point, shows one of the protesters kicking another in the head as he is lying on the ground. 

Reports state that somehow none of the protesters involved in the scuffle were arrested.

Trump's Walk of Fame star has been in news this week after 24-year-old Austin Clay hammered away at Trump's star early on Wednesday morning. The incident came to light when a video of the star being smashed to smithereens began doing the rounds of social media. 

Trump was honored with the Hollywood Walk of Fame star in January 2007. The Republican, who is very vocal on Twitter, has not yet publicly commented on the incident.