Keith Richards' daughter's case dismissed

Theodora Richards, daughter of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, enters Manhattan Criminal Court with her attorney Edward Hayes, Thursday, April 21, 2011, in New York. A judge agreed to dismiss her graffiti and drug possession charge for two days of community service and visiting a drug treatment program for a day. (AP Photo/Louis Lanzano)
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Theodora Richards enters Manhattan Criminal Court with her attorney on Thursday, April 21, 2011.
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(CBS/AP) Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards' daughter will get her New York City graffiti and drug case dismissed in exchange for doing two days of community service.

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Theodora Richards, 25, was arrested after getting caught writing the letters "T" and "A" with a heart symbol on the side of a Manhattan building. (There's a song on the 1981 Rolling Stones album "Tattoo You" called "Little T & A" and sung by her father. Coincidence?)

Police also found marijuana and eight-and-a-half hydrocodone pills in her purse. She has until June to complete her community service.

Richards showed up to court wearing a striped gray-and-white shirtdress and high heels. She has modeled for Burberry and Tommy Hilfiger.