Ashton Kutcher And The Paparazzi Outside His Home
Ashton Kutcher went face-to-face with a photographer who was staking out his house, saying he just wanted to walk his dog in peace. INSIDE EDITION has the scoop.
Ashton Kutcher is furious.
He was seen in a video banging on the window of a photographer's car that was parked right outside his Los Angeles home.
Kutcher says, "I just want to talk to you, man. Listen, let me walk my dog in peace. This is my house right there. You're basically at my front door. I just want to walk my dogs in the morning in peace and you come here and you're this (blanking) close. I just want to walk my dogs in peace."
Kutcher and his pregnant fiancée, Mila Kunis have been pursued by paparazzi hoping for snap shots of her growing baby bump. Clearly he's had enough, and continued to pound on the photographer's car window.
Ashton isn't the first celebrity to take on pesky photographers following in cars. Julia Roberts confronted a photog outside her children's school, saying, "You can turn your camera off, because I'm going to talk to you about the fact that you're at a school where children go. Turn it off."
And Alec Baldwin famously sprayed a vehicle with shaving cream way back in 1995 when a photographer tried to videotape his newborn daughter, Ireland.
INSIDE EDITION spoke to photographer Kevin Mazur who says he understands why so many big names are fed up. He directed the documentary $ellebrity.
Mazur said, "The paparazzi situation has been out-of-control for a while, and yes, it's getting worse."
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