A-lister celebrities from the American entertainment and sports industry are included in a list of about 2,000 Los Angeles residents accused of using excessive amounts of water amid the ongoing drought.

According to documents obtained by the Los Angeles Times from the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District, several celebrities were issued “notices of exceedance” stating that they had surpassed 150 percent of their monthly water budget at least four times since the district issued new rules to combat the drought at the end of last year.

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The excessive water usage notices were sent out in May and June, and according to the Times, among those recipients were Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, Kevin Hart, Sylvester Stallone, and former NBA star Dwyane Wade.



Kim was also recently under fire after making number 7 on a list of celebrities that were ranked as the “biggest offenders” of private jet emissions. While occasionally sharing her views on climate change, the report stated that her jet expelled 4268.5 tonnes of carbon emissions over 57 flights so far this year.

Nearly 97 percent of Los Angeles is in a state of “severe drought” according to Drought.gov. This year has been deemed the fourth driest year in the last 128 years—with the first four months being the driest ever recorded, the Weather Channel reported in May.