Calif. first lady caught on cell phone

The state of California’s first lady, Maria Shriver, has been photographed violating the handheld cell phone ban that her husband signed into law.

The governor promised “swift action.” Grounding perhaps?

The celebrity gossip web site TMZ posted a photo and video of Shriver yapping while driving at two different times, saying she dropped the cell phone when she realized she was being photographed.

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger used Twitter to say: “Thanks for bringing her violations to my attention. There’s going to be swift action.”

About the same time, TMZ said it caught Shriver yet again driving and cell-phoning in Brentwood. Here’s the evidence:

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