Chrishell Stause has a question for the paps!
With the “Selling Sunset” star’s rising prominence in the entertainment industry and beautiful personal life, the constant scrutiny of the paparazzi should be expected. However, she finds herself determined to uncover the secrets behind their uncanny ability to locate her.
Chrishell Stause Wants To Know Paparazzi’s Secrets
Taking to her Instagram story, the befuddled reality TV star sent a direct message to the relentless photographers who closely monitor her activities. She was curious about their seemingly mystical ability to find her in unexpected locations. Wondering aloud, she said:
“Sometimes I will be at a super random spot. I know I didn’t call them, I know nobody I’m with called them. How do you know.”
With genuine intrigue, Stause asked, “Are you checking license plates in the parking lot I was just in? Are you just waiting out certain places? Are you following me from my house? What’s happening?”
As she sought clarity, the “All My Children” actress acknowledged that while some may doubt her words, she primarily addressed those who could shed light on the matter.
Below the video, she penned an additional message to them, clarifying, “I know some of you follow my account, so this isn’t meant to be confrontational. I’m just curious if you care to share when I haven’t posted where I am and when I am just running errands. Not in the splashy places.”
In the following video, the 41-year-old returned with an update and shared her initial shock and concern from receiving messages advising her to check her car for a tracker.
The “Body of Proof” guest actress obliged her followers to share her findings from industry insiders who provided some enlightening information. She revealed:
“Today was a follow from home, which I didn’t even realize I was being followed. So I’m going to pay more attention next time.”
She acknowledged that it was part of her life in the public eye, but it still evoked an unsettling feeling. According to her, the paparazzi get tips from the “valet, security, and restaurants.”
This is not the first time that “The Young and the Restless” actress has talked about the cameramen. As far back as 2020, Stause shared pictures of herself on her Instagram page taking her dog on a walk in a bra top over army print leggings with a mask on her face.
The following slide showed her in what looked like the same pants but paired with a loose black crop top. The difference in both pictures seemed to be that she was camera ready in the first and not the other.
This was confirmed in the caption where she humorously penned, “When you know the paparazzi are outside vs. when you don’t 🤣🤣.” After the small joke, the “Days of Our Lives” star continued writing:
“But I am posting so maybe I can influence someone that is going to be out in public spaces this weekend to wear a mask. If you are fortunate to not be medically worried about yourself, please do so as a kindness to others who aren’t as fortunate.”
While her reaction to the intrusive world of celebrity culture might be relaxed, it does not take from the fact that it gets severe sometimes to the point of receiving death threats. Unfortunately, this seems to be something Stause is used to, judging by her statement about Nicole Young after their recent drama in this season of “Selling Sunset.”
‘Youthful Daze’ Actress Stands Up Against Death Threats Towards Nicole Young
Following recent reports of death threats and drug abuse allegations targeting her “Selling Sunset” co-star, Stause posted a heartfelt message addressing the alarming situation.
The public feud between the two women was extensively showcased in the recently released sixth season of the popular Netflix series. As The Blast reported, she focused solely on the alleged death threats. On her Instagram Story, Stause shared a thoughtful and extensive statement:
“It’s been brought to my attention that Young’s camp is reporting receiving death threats to several outlets. Being on a reality show on such a huge platform makes for an influx of feedback, and I am certainly not a stranger to death threats after 6 seasons.”
Addressing the dynamic nature of reality television, she emphasized the importance of maintaining a lighthearted and enjoyable experience for fans. She also encouraged them to embrace a sense of fun and respect different viewpoints.