May 24, 2017

Robert Pattinson has dreams of no paparazzi, beating them up

HollywoodNews.com: In Robert Pattinson’s perfect world there would be far less paparazzi and he would be able to beat them up without consequences.

The popular ‘Twilight’ star revealed to ‘Elle’ that he doesn’t think he’ll be worth chasing for a picture in a few years, states HollywoodLife. “You know, when the whole thing dries up and there’s hardly any paparazzi around — I don’t know, in 15 years or something — I like the idea of just one paparazzo coming out and trying to get a picture, and I just beat the s–t out of him,” Pattinson recently joked.

And in this dream world of his, the picture isn’t really worth anything and he’s already spent his money, so he isn’t worth suing.

What do you think about Robert Pattinson’s fantasy?

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  • April 10, 2011 | Permalink |

    Has anyone seen the video of the paparazzi in Malibu with Rob? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D55y6tdzYE4 If ever my heart when out to an actor it was here. How he managed to keep his cool I’ll never know for I was so upset and angry with this. This is a blatant example of stalking, badgering reminiscent of Lady Diana, and we all know her horrible fate. She would still be alive today if it were not for the paparazzi. Just because someone chooses to be an actor, and then is fortunate enough to be successful, does not mean he should have all his rights as a human being stripped away. The argument of: “He should have known what he was getting into,” does not hold water. The majority of people in the entertainment business, be they actors, singers, etc, are not hounded to the extent Rob is. They are able to live their private lives with minimal intrusion, and he could probably accept that. But to have people shoving cameras in your face constantly, following and shouting so you are afraid to leave your hotel – that is inexcusable.
    Michele

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