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Hilary Duff Has Had it With Paprazzi

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By Natalie Hunter

Hilary Duff is back in the spotlight again now that she's filming the 'Lizzie McGuire' reboot. However, she doesn't seem to be enjoying one aspect of it: paparazzi. Duff has had it with her privacy being invaded and she was sure to let everyone know. Perez Hilton reported that she posted a video on her Instagram story of three paparazzi filming her and her children, Banks Koma and Luca Comrie at 1 and 7 years old respectively. She also voiced her complaints on the matter.

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Duff's beef with the paparazzi began in 2018 when a paparazzi followed her around while she was 9 months pregnant.

"This guy has been at my sons soccer game this morning then followed me to my sisters house and was basically parked in her drive way to get photos. Followed me to run errands. I politely asked him to let me be and he continues to follow and stalk me down like pray for hours now. This is not ok. I am 9 months pregnant, " Duff said.

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When people say that’s what you get for signing up to be a celebrity it honestly makes me sick. This is every day of every month and it’s simply not ok. If a non “celeb”(I’m sorry to use that word) was dealing with this the law would be involved,” Duff continued concluding her Instagram video.

This time around, Duff was sure to capture the evidence live in person. She began her video by pointing her phone at the paparazzi and let them have it.

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“Here I am just trying to get around with both my kids, and I have paparazzi following me everywhere I go. Two grown men. Three of them, actually, one of them is running away across the street. Just following me and my kids to every location I go to,” Duff said aggressively as one of the paparazzi drove off in response.

The other two seemed unphased by her complaints. She continued to address and guilt the remaining paparazzi in the video.

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“In a world where women are getting all these rights, this doesn’t seem right to me. At all. All day long,” Duff said. She then focused her camera on her 7-year-old son who is nodding in agreement.

“How much do you like that the paparazzi follows you? Makes you sad, huh? You hate it?” Duff asked her son.

Only time will tell whether Duff's videos have been effective in keeping the paparazzi away or if they'll keep coming back for more drama.

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