Sometimes, paparazzi can go too far and, of course, celebrities, especially when it affects their children, are not big fans of being bullied everywhere and losing their privacy and freedom. Hilary Duff turned to social media to talk about this after her son cried for the people who followed them.
Being a star comes with a not-so-large territory and many famous people have used their platforms over the years to talk about the many lines that paparazzi sometimes cross just to get a picture or a statement from them.
As for the actress, she explained that three men were still bothering her while she was with her two children, Luca Comrie and Banks Koma.
They were so aggressive in their tactics that the son ended up shedding tears and that was the drop that filled the glass for the mother of two.
‘Here I am just trying to move with my children and I have paparazzi following me wherever I go. 2 adult men, 3 actually, one of them is escaping. They only follow me and my children to all the places I go, "he told his followers.
Obviously, Hilary was not happy to have her private time with the interrupted youth and the space invaded by the paparazzi.
She went on to say that "in a world where women get all these rights, this doesn't seem right at all."
The next part of the video was from his son, who seemed upset.
The mother asked him: Cuánto How much do you like the paparazzi to follow you? It makes you sad, huh? You hate it. & # 39;