Theodora Richards is clearly a daddy's girl.
The stunning daughter of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards was arrested Tuesday in New York City after she was spotted by police spray-painting the side of a convent.
Or, as the cops allege, tagging under the influence.
Officers on patrol in SoHo said the younger Richards, a noted model, was painting the letters "T-N-A" on the side of a building that houses St. Anthony's Convent at around 10:45 p.m. When cops arrested her, they discovered she was carrying a small amount of pot and was armed with a paint marker, an NYPD public information officer tells E! News.
"Little T&A" is, of course, one of the tracks off the Stones' Tattoo You album, but the police rep said it wasn't clear if she was making a specific allusion.
The 25-year-old model was charged with making graffiti, possession of a graffiti instrument, criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Theodora was released on her own recognizance after being arraigned. She did not enter a plea. It wasn't immediately clear if the Adidas and Burberry model, who has worked with Wilhelmina, IMG and Elite, and lives in the swank downtown neighborhood, had acquired an attorney.
She's due back in court April 21.
Theodora and older sister, fellow model Alexandra Richards, are the children of Keith and his actress-model wife, Patti Hansen.