HALLE BERRY testified for an anti-paparazzi law earlier this week by claiming that her young daughter worries that “they will kill us.”
For some time, Halle Berry has been protecting her 5-year-old daughter with ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry, Nahla, away from the obsessive paparazzi. In fact, she went as far as planning to move to Europe with her actor fiancé, Olivier Martinez—with whom she’s expecting her second child.
While the media is pretty much unavoidable, the Oscar-winning actress simply hopes that photographers can limit their stalking when it comes to celebrities’ and public figures’ children.
Speaking to Assemby Committee on Public Safety in California on Tuesday, she argued:
“My daughter doesn’t want to go to school because she knows ‘the men’ are watching for her.”
She added, while noting that she was speaking as a “mother of a daughter and the baby boy in my belly”:
“They jump out of the bushes and from behind cars and who knows where else, besieging these children just to get a photo.”
And too make her point, Halle then recalled one of the moments when they were cornered by the paparazzi. It was just last April when she, Nahla and Olivier arrived at LAX after a vacation in Hawaii. She revealed:
“They were trying to start a fight with my fiancé because if they get a photo of that it’s more money.”
That’s when Nahla allegedly asked her:
”Mommy, are they going to kill us?”
“She didn’t get to sleep until 3 a.m. because she can’t get this out of her mind [and] she doesn’t understand what just happened to her.”
Juding from Halle‘s testimony, do you think the anti-paparazzi bill should be implemented?
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