Selma Blair is blasting paparazzi for taking some unflattering photos of her and her son.
These photos had pundits speculating about whether or not Selma was losing too much weight, and how she was handling the breakup with her boyfriend, Jason Bleick.
Understandably, Selma was none too thrilled when these photos went public. As the "Anger Management" actress tweeted, "I think paparazzi taking shots at 630 am when I am on my own street walking with baby are disgusting. Of course I have no makeup or a bra on"
Selma is not the only one who is having trouble with the paparazzi. Here's a look at a few celebs who've been fed up with the paparazzi lately.
This month, the actress inadvertently flashed photographers during a wardrobe malfunction at the New York premiere of "Les Miserables."
While the incident was quite embarrassing for her, she handled the situation with class. In an interview with Matt Lauer, she criticized the photographers for capitalizing on a vulnerable moment, but gracefully turned the conversation back to her movie.
"It kind of made me sad on two accounts. One, that I was very sad that we live in an age when someone takes a picture of another person in a vulnerable moment and rather than delete it, and do the decent thing, sells it. And I'm sorry that we live in a culture that commodities sexuality of unwilling participants, which brings us back to "Les Mis:" That's what my character is, she is someone who is forced to sell sex to benefit her child because she has nothing and there's no social safety net."
Ever since his wife, the former Kate Middleton, was admitted to the hospital for acute morning sickness, paparazzi have been camped outside the hospital waiting for news of her progress.
But William is doing everything in his power to protect her from the media frenzy surrounding her pregnancy.
According to a royal insider, "William has always had a distrust, bordering on outright loathing, for the press. It all stems from his childhood - watching the way his mother [Princess Diana of Wales] was built up and then torn down by the media and ultimately, he strongly believes to this day, hounded to her death by overzealous paparazzi."
Pundits are calling out the Biebs for "diva behavior" after he threw a water bottle in the direction of photographers outside a Miami clothing store. Was he aiming for the paps? Or was he just trying to throw the bottle away? Either way, those paps caught him in an unflattering moment.
The "30 Rock" star is no fan of the paparazzi. He believes that some forms of entertainment journalism "cheapen" the show biz industry. As he told Piers Morgan in a recent interview, "My attitude is that the business would be infinitely better if all of them were gone. If I could press a button tomorrow and flush them all down some swirling sewer vortex I would do it."
While other celebs seem to be fed up with the invasion of privacy, Christian doesn't seem too happy about the fact that reality stars are getting more attention than he is. He recalled a recent incident where he saw a group of photographers at a drug store.
As he explained, "I thought they followed me because I tweeted about the elections and was receiving a ton of criticism, but then I looked and realized that the Kardashians had just pulled up next to me - they weren't interested in me at all."
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