On to a far more serious matter. After the Jimmy Kimmel Live! taping Scarlett had a run in with the paparazzi who were trying to follow her back home and fearing for both her safety and all the people around her Scarlett when to the police station to let them no what was going on. We all known how much Scarlett hate’s the paps and having her’s and her family’s privacy invaded and as fan’s of Scarlett you WILL NEVER see pap photos of her of her family on here in there day to day lives, Yes I do add on set photos as I take that as she is working then but other then that never and please I would like to ask if you run a site, twitter, facebook, VK etc on Scarlett please please please don’t add pap photos to it respect Scarlett’s wishes and keep them of.
Statement From Scarlett
The Paparazzi consistently go to increasingly dangerous lengths to stalk and harass the people they are photographing. Even afer Princess Diana’s tragic death, The laws were never changed to protect targets from the lawless paparazzi. Many paparazzi have criminal pasts and will perform criminal acts to get their shot.
They were running red lights, putting other drivers and pedestrians at risk so they could follow me to find out were I was staying and subsequently stalk me and my young daughter for the duration of my stay.
The paparazzi put people’s lives at rish, so they can wait for days in quiet neighbourhoods in blacked out cars, and try and follow me to the playground and photograph my child and other people’s children in a safe place that should be off limits, but isn’t. All of this is perfectly legal.
I felt it was my duty as a concerned citizen who was being pursued dangerously and stalked to go to the local precinct and seek guidance there. I would encourage others in a similar situation to go to the police. Women across the US are stalked, harassed and frightened and a universal law to address must be at the forefront if law enforcement conversations. Until paparazzi are considered by law for the criminal stalkers they are, it’s just a waiting game before another person gets seriously injured or killed, like Princess Diana.