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Alyssa Milano Gets Busted For Breaking Rules During Kavanaugh Hearing [VIDEO]

Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter

Alyssa Milano got busted Thursday breaking the no videotaping and photographing rules when she attended the hearing for Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

“Finally. @Alyssa_Milano has been breaking room rules for this hearing by videotaping and photographing on and off all day. A guard just went over and told her to stop,” A CNN reporter tweeted, along with a clip of a security guard walking over to her and the “Charmed” star then putting down her phone.

Actress Alyssa Milano listens as Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the US Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, U.S., September 27, 2018.Saul Loeb/Pool via REUTERS

Actress Alyssa Milano listens as Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the US Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, U.S., September 27, 2018.Saul Loeb/Pool via REUTERS

According to the policy on the Committee On The Judiciary site it states that:

No flash photography is permitted in the hearing room, however non-flash photography is permitted. Only accredited members of the press are permitted to sit in front of the dais to take photographs. Similarly, only credentialed members of the press are permitted to use video recorders in the hearing room.

During Kavanaugh’s hearing, she tweeted some of the video from the hearing and took a swipe at him for getting emotional during his questioning.

“I will say this…if a woman were to yell, interrupt and cry while being questioned, people would call her unhinged or say she had a meltdown,” the actress tweeted to her millions of followers.

Earlier in the day, Milano said she traveled to Capitol Hill to show support for Christine Blasey Ford because she was a “survivor” of abuse and sexual assault.

“You know, it’s important for me. It’s important for me to be here. It took me a very long time as a survivor and come to terms and be public with my own abuse and assault,” the actress told reporters.

“And I know how hard it is, and I know what she’s had to go through to be here and present and answer those questions,” she added. “And I think a lot of women throughout the country and the world understand the idea of not wanting to talk about it.”