California might be experiencing a drought but that didn’t stop Amy Poehler from using a huge amount of water on her Beverley Hills property.

QZ reports that the Sisters star and Tina Fey BFF was among the high-usage individuals contacted by city officials whom were asked to cut on the amount used. Unsurprisingly, a huge chunk of those letters went out to people in the entertainment industry because Hollywood does not care about your silly little drought.

The Los Angeles Times reportedly got theirs hands on the water bills for both Poehler and media mogul David Geffen. Poehler was charged more than $2,200 for usage between May 14 and July 14, 2015 with the amount totaling about 170,000 gallons of water—which is roughly 2,786 gallons per day. The average American family uses about 400 gallons a day. To be fair, not everyone has to water the massive lawns as seen with most Hollywood stars' homes.

Geffen was a bit more modest, averaging a measly 27,000 gallons of water per day between June 2 and August 2. That’s about 60 times more than the average Los Angeles family and "9,000 gallons more per day than what was allowed," according to the Los Angeles Times.

Who needs water when you’ve got perfectly green lawns?