Former James Bond star Pierce Brosnan has pleaded not guilty to entering a restricted thermal area in Montana's Yellowstone National Park.
According to msnbc.com Brosnan was issued with two offences on 1 November related to him allegedly entering Yellowstone National Park's restricted thermal area where highly acidic water and mud can reach temperatures of 80°C and more.
The 70-year-old was scheduled to appear in court on 23 January, reported the BBC, though a judge has granted a request for a virtual hearing on 20 February.
NBC Montana reported that Brosnan has been making a new Western, “The Unholy Trinity” at the Yellowstone Film Ranch.
While the thermal area can be dangerous to people, it is also part of a delicate ecosystem that can be easily damaged.