Hillary Duff shames Paparazzi for following her, her children

Hillary Duff, 32, ransacked three paparazzi in an Instagram story this Friday. The star claims that a group of men stalked her and her son when they were in public. Page Six reports that Duff went to his social media to say that she was just trying to get around with her children, and that they had paparazzi who followed them everywhere.

According to Duff, it seems odd that in the modern era, in an age when women get more rights and responsibilities, such behavior even exists.

In the video, Duff points his camera at his son and asks him what he thinks of the paparazzi who follow him all day. Luca shakes his head as if to say that he doesn’t like her at all.

According to Page Six, Duff is a busy working mom these days, as she currently has a job in the television drama comedy, Younger, which is about to enter its seventh season in 2020. In addition, she is supposed to take her Lizzie McGuire role again for Disney +.

Last week, Duff shared a photo of herself in Washington Square Park when she was about to start working on the restart of the classic series that propelled her into stardom. Duff isn’t just an actress either.

The star recently started a make-up line with Nudestix, a pencil-based cosmetics company. Duff and Nudestix began working together officially in September of this year. Hillary is not the only celebrity to complain about the paparazzi.

Earlier this year, Scarlett Johansson revealed that she had been chased by several black SUVs with strange men. The star said she was almost caught in an accident that could have killed her. The tactics of the paparazzi have been questioned considerably over the years.


In fact, even Prince Harry wrote a long editorial for a self-hosted website in which he ransacked British tabloids for the treatment of his wife, Meghan Markle, whom he married last year in May. This year, they had a baby named Archibald.

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