Riverdale’s Madelaine Petsch wears a face mask while she picks up coffee in LA in a loose-fitting hoodie and shorts
Riverdale’s Madelaine Petsch wears a face mask while picking up coffee to go to LA in a loose-fitting hoodie and shorts
She is one of the stars of The CW’s Riverdale.
And on Sunday, Madelaine Petsch spent part of her Sunday running errands in LA.
The redhead actress, 25, wore her long locks locked in a stylish bun while stopping at a coffee shop to grab some drinks to take away.
Casual: Madelaine Petsch spent part of her Sunday running errands in LA. She wore her red hair in a stylish bun as she stepped out in a baggy hoodie and bib shorts
Petsch got out in a long baggy hoodie and black cycling shorts.
She added black sneakers with thick soles.
The TV star, who wore sunglasses, wore a black cloth mask for her coffee run.
Since June 18, Californians have been required to wear face covers in public places, such as when shopping or in communal places.
Governor Gavin Newsom introduced the mandatory requirement due to a wave of coronavirus cases in the state after revoking the previous stay-at-home mission.
Precautions Taken: The Riverdale star, who wore sunglasses, wore a black cloth mask for her coffee run. A face covering is required in California amid a wave of coronavirus cases
Small screen star: Petsch, 25, pictured in an Instagram photo with her dog Olive, became famous when she was cast as Cheryl Blossom in The CW’s Riverdale that premiered in January 2017
Petsch gained notoriety when she was cast as Cheryl Blossom in The CW’s Riverdale which premiered in January 2017.
The teen drama is based on the Archie Comics and stars Lili Reinhart, KJ Apa, Camila Mendes, Vanessa Morgan and Cole Sprouse.
Last month, Petsch defended Sprouse, 27, Reinhart, 23, Morgan, 28, and Apa, 23, when they were falsely accused of sexual misconduct by anonymous Twitter users.
“Today it was brought to my attention that four of my castmates were falsely accused of sexual assault, and I really don’t know why anyone would ever think that’s okay to do,” Petsch said in a series of videos about her Instagram stories on Sunday, June 21 .
“Getting someone to go online and falsely accusing someone of not coming up a few hours later and saying they are lying about four different people is such a serious matter. Like frankly, how dare you, ”she continued.
Because this is why victims are primarily afraid to come forward. This is why people don’t believe assault victims, and yet you do it online here. ‘
Hit TV show: The Teen Drama is based on the Archie Comics and co-stars Lili Reinhart, KJ Apa, Camila Mendes, Vanessa Morgan and Cole Sprouse