"Pawn Stars" Rick and Corey Harrison were fined by police for allegedly leaving trash at a state campground in California, according to TMZ.
The father and son camped in Glamis, Calif., over Thanksgiving weekend with friends and they reportedly left the place with garbage all around. Law enforcement sources told the gossip website that they discovered "A TON of trash," specifically beer cans and a barbecue grill.
Leaving trash on campgrounds is illegal and a misdemeanor crime in the state of California, and so the History Channel stars were fined $1,000 a person.
Rick reportedly told the police that "he's got a buddy who's an expert in fines" who said that the ticket was only worth $50.
Corey cleared up the reports, however, by saying, "We left the campground before our buddies did and they were to clean it up and apparently didn't follow through. My father nor I were cited."
Also in November, Corey posted on Twitter a photo and tweet while he was in Glamis saying that his friend purchased a dirt bike off of Craigslist.com before the trip, the report noted. Police thought the bike was stolen, however, and had him arrested.
"Buddy bought a dirt-bike on Craigslist and is getting arrested for Possession of stolen @ Glamis Sand Dunes," he tweeted.
"Pawn Stars" airs Mondays at 10/9 p.m. Central. On the show, Corey is nicknames Big Hoss, Rick is The Spotter and there are also two other cast members: Austin "Chumlee" Russell and Richard "The Old Man" Harrison. The television series first aired in 2009 and follows around the daily activities of the Harrison family and their team's dealings in the family own and run pawn shop located on the Las Vegas strip. They buy, sell and appraise items of historical value.