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Ms--Anonymous Ms--Anonymous 9 years
That is a funny statement lol! He must read more gossip rags than he does fighting gang violence!!!
Rancher'sGirl Rancher'sGirl 9 years
Oh boy :rotfl:
junkinmytrunk junkinmytrunk 9 years
I do not think there is anything wrong with what he said. They have enough money to hire professional bodyguards.
teagirl teagirl 9 years
Less yapping more crime preventing yea Chief?
Joanna Joanna 9 years
I think the police chief was unprofessional. Sure stars get attention but the paps need to be accountable for their actions too. The public is involved too. Running stop signs, blocking streets and flashing cameras involve everyone in the area at the time, not just the star.
sima sima 9 years
Not them again! Samantha looks awful like always.
Zarah Zarah 9 years
wow, what a mouthy ignorant goon that chief of police is! i think all paps should be made to have proper press credentials, and if they don't they should be considered stalkers. once they're bonafide press people then they'll have to abide by a certain standard of behaviour or lose their rights as "journalists".
mguz03 mguz03 9 years
Well said by the Chief Police. Those girls behaviors have been a disgrace for society
romes romes 9 years
He said it because he doesn't want his police department out chasing the paps.There could be better priorities.
Jatra Jatra 9 years
I agree with the police chief and don't think he said any thing wrong. He is right. I think the police have better thing to do besides escort an celeb from a restaurant door to their car. I'm sure there is real crime the need to attend to. The celeb should hire bodyguard if they are concern. I think John Mayer found a new controversial subject to get attention. If he really care then he should stop trying to get the paparazzi attention.
lickety-split lickety-split 9 years
oh and here is the link http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080802/ap_en_ce/people_lindsay_lohan
lickety-split lickety-split 9 years
"Police, you shouldn't get involved in everyone else's business when it comes to their personal life. It's inappropriate," Lohan said in a video shot by paparazzi Friday and posted on TMZ.com. In the footage, Lohan and gal pal Samantha Ronson are trekking through the Los Angeles Airport on their way to catch a flight to Chicago. boo-hoo :cry: she shouldn't make her personal life public if she doesn't want it commented on. she's a public figure so she's fair game.
Nyrina-Windu Nyrina-Windu 9 years
Oh my
Brangie Brangie 9 years
I hope they fire him.
lickety-split lickety-split 9 years
:rotfl: priceless! :rotfl: he'll probably be fired for it but :rotfl:
Liembo Liembo 9 years
That was a funny headline. I was thinking "Why do we care what Sting thinks?"
MartiniLush MartiniLush 9 years
Martini Rossi, we obviously think alike! I also am LMAO!!!!!!
Silverlining10 Silverlining10 9 years
Well, LA would do anything to create new taxes and fees, so I'm sure regulating the paparazzi and forcing them to pay up would be enticing. As for Lindsay, if Nicole Richie could milk her pregnancy into a three-story segment (It was three, right?) and a magazine cover, then I'm sure she can do just the same.
mod16 mod16 9 years
what two FUGS
popculture-whore popculture-whore 9 years
i'm not sure how i feel about the whole regulating the paparazzi thing. i know it's part of the business, but i also agree that they can take it way too far. the paps cross the line sometimes and it can become dangerous
GraceKelly GraceKelly 9 years
Isn't Sam wearing the same pants that she wore to that event last night? Ick.
RoyalBlueMoss RoyalBlueMoss 9 years
That statement is funny.... and there are more important matters to attend to than a cameraman taking pictures of people.
TrendyTurtle TrendyTurtle 9 years
While I don't really think the way he said it was completely necessary, I think there is a LOT of truth to it. Part of the problem with the paps is the way celebrities act/encourage them and Paris, Britney, Lindsay, etc are very good examples of that. But I do agree with the idea of more laws to protect people from the paparazzi and hold them more responsible when they really do get into dangerous behavior (on the road for example). The situation with the paps is very much a two-way street even though a lot of the celebs and their publicists would like the public to think they are total victims.
hayworthgilda hayworthgilda 9 years
Come on...that's funny. And quite true.
crystalvillage06 crystalvillage06 9 years
It's a funny statement but I would expect something more professional from a police chief...or would I?
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