Can't a first lady catch a break? On Tuesday TMZ.com published two photos of Maria Shriver holding a cell phone while behind the wheel of what appeared to be a Cadillac Escalade SUV, and thus flouting a law her husband signed in 2008 requiring California drivers to use hands-free devices in the car. Via Twitter, Schwarzenegger told TMZ.com founder Harvey Levin, "Thanks for bringing her violations to my attention. There's going to be swift action." A spokesman later clarified that by "swift action" the governator meant he'd ask Shriver to put down the phone while driving. Levin responded to Schwarzenegger's tweet by posting a video of Shriver on the phone and behind the wheel with the comment "your scofflaw wife was at it again."