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Old 05-30-2010, 11:41 AM
 
Location: Houston, TX
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Many celebs want the attention...good or bad, press is press. But if they are 'stalking' your private residence and taking pix of you tanning or playing with kids in your yard should be out of bounds.
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Old 05-30-2010, 08:47 PM
 
Location: PDX
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I think the Paparazzi cross the line way to much. Celebrities are people and should be able to walk down the street without roving packs of people taking pictures of their every move. I love it when the paparazzi get their feet ran over because the try and block a celeb from driving off. lol.
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Old 06-03-2010, 09:27 PM
 
Location: Portlandia "burbs"
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I do share the opinion that fame comes at higher prices than "normal" people, and that includes the invasion of privacy ~ to a certain extent!!! When they're walking down the street or sunbathing at a public beach in the nude then they're fair game for the camera-vultures.

I DON'T think paparazzi should have the right to stalk, stake out a celebrity's home, or shove their damn equipment into the face of someone inside their own vehicle, inside the john, whatever. That is pure harassment and should be treated more seriously as a criminal offense than they usually are. They are bullies.
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Old 06-04-2010, 05:07 AM
 
Location: Sweden
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As long as they don't create accidents or stand on public property to photograph into peoples houses iy might be ok.
But I don't understand the fascination with a celebrity eating a sandwich.
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Old 06-26-2010, 05:55 PM
 
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Default Hidden pictures of HH Prince Konstantin Mustafaev - 5 of the royal house of osman - hidden pictures

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Yesterday, we are waiting in the line on St-Laurent St, in Montreal to get into dance club. First car is stopped, just opposite the door of the club - some tall guy with 2 huge fats, just trying to enter to the club, as some crazy paparazzi appear and started to shoot pics of this guy, by screaming: Prince! Prince! ( same as in Disney movie). Later on, I found out, it was some Turkish or Russian Prince His highness Konstantin V Mustafaev. His Highness decide to shake his slim butt, but seems like Prince run into the car and drove away. Never seen that before.

Trying to google this guy and find out that he has some contract with iweb to remove all information about him based on some kind of Privacy Act. Why other Princess don't do that?
I've seen him and even got pic from forum of HH Prince Konstantin V Mustafaev - (Prince Constantine V) from The Royal House of Osman. Place of this shot seems to be in the US, hard to say where exactly.
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