Two stars sit next to each other on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The men on the stars have both run to be president, and one has already succeeded. That man murdered journalists, committed fraud, urinated on his father's grave, and killed a dog. But it's the adjacent star that is repeatedly the target of vandals.
Why? Because one man is Kevin Spacey, portrayer of President Frank Underwood in House Of Cards, and the other is Donald Trump.
The Republican front-runner's star, unveiled in 2007, will not be removed though, according to Hollywood Chamber of Commerce President Leron Gubler.
"The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a registered historic landmark. Once a star has been added to the Walk, it is considered a part of the historic fabric of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Because of this, we have never removed a star from the Walk," he said in a statement.
Cleaning crews have become a regular feature around the business mogul and TV personality's star. And it's no wonder.
This man said he found it covered in urine. Other pictures on social media appear to show a person urinating on the star.
People are also decorating the star with their wishes for the presidential hopeful.
Others choose different ways of showing their displeasure.
While some make a statement on how they see Trump's views.
A recent poll by the Associated Press found seven in 10 Americans have an unfavourable view of the 69-year-old.
Trump was "given a star in 2007 " to recognise his role as the host of The Apprentice.