Christina Applegate wants the Paparazzi to leave the kids alone.

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Christina Applegate took to her Twitter this morning to blast the Paparazzi for surrounding her and daughter Sadie on an outing.

She is not only angry at the Paps, but also the celebrities who encourage this kind of behavior to further their careers.

Applegate began, “I want my daughter to live a normal life. I want her to feel free to be who she wants, so paparazzi stop taking pics of her! Enough.”

“It’s times like these where I understand why Michael Jackson had his kids covered they were able to be anonymous until they decided to be public,” Applegate wrote, adding, “We need a law against this! Taking pics of kids is sick!”

The actress continued, “When I chose to be an actor we didn’t have paparazzi. We excelled on the merit of our work, not by what gown we were wearing.”

An admittedly “p*ssed” Applegate then called out “those who use paparazzi to further their careers,” saying such stars “are going to have a rude awakening when their talent doesn’t get them anywhere.”

“When I chose to be an actor we didn’t have celebrities. We had actors,” she explained. “Not people who wanted fame. I blame those people who need fame.”

Applegate then reiterated her main point: “Just imagine for one second you having fun with ur kid in the park and a bunch of a holes start surrounding you and freaking ur kid out.”

I totally agree with her. There needs to be a line drawn on when and where the Paparazzi can take pictures. Personally I think stalking people in the bushes and when they are walking down the street is too much. People need their space.

They do need a law where boundaries are set.

Source, Photo: Fame/Flynet

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Friday, August 24th, 2012 at 10:10am
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August 24th, 2012 at 10:45 am

You say you want laws to protect against this but you continue to post pictures of the children and even comment how cute they are walking down a city street. When you use the photos you just encourage this behavior. Why not stop posting the pictures and stop paying the paps to take these pictures. If a celebrity wants to show pictures of their kids then let them do it in a manner they see fit, ie People magazine or US weekly photo shoot not the gorilla photography the paps use.








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