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Celebrities´ Suffer from Emotional Abuse and Invasion of Privacy

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In today’s society, we take the luxury of normalcy for granted. We produce a daily failure to realize that even the people we rave about on reality TV shows, movies, sitcoms, and talk shows suffer from emotional abuse and extreme invasion of privacy. Celebrities have every right to privacy because no matter how famous, they are citizens of the United States and are entitled to their constitution. Although out the celebrities’ career they face the brutality of paparazzi. They knew that the lifestyle came with paparazzi and other nuisances that have their own opinions. However, nobody initially wants to be hounded all the time and mistreated. A celebrity’s main ambition in life is to fulfill their passion. It is true that the constant attention in the public eye is beneficial for their career, but is the slander and derision worth it all, in other words, is bad news really good news? You cannot force them into the spot light when they aren’t seeking attention. A celebrity’s role is to perform, entertain and persuade. According to Dictionary.com a paparazzo is “a freelance photographer especially one who takes candid pictures of celebrities for publication”. Paparazzi and stalkers are one and the same. The Stalking Resource Center and many other states describe stalking as, “Following, approaching, or confronting that person, or a member of that person's immediate family and also, appearing in close proximity to, or entering the person's residence, place of employment, school, or other place where the person can be found, or the residence, place of employment or school of a member of that person's immediate family.” Paparazzi are found on several occasions committing these same acts. In other states, all over the US, stalking is... ... middle of paper ... ...i, talk show host, and these websites need to respect the celebrity’s privacy. It is understandable that these pestering people need to make a living also, so in result of respecting privacy, the celebrity can willingly award them select information about their lives. The Pledge of Allegiance states, “I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands one nation under God with liberty and justice for all.” “Justice for all,” everyday our young scholars recite it and we say it during special events. However, we lack the ability to comprehend. The Pledgee says that all citizens of the United States are entitled to justice. This requires the right to walk freely, the right to speak without worry and the right to have privacy as it is their birth right. No matter the profession or salary privacy belongs to everyone.

In this essay, the author

  • Opines that celebrities have every right to privacy because they are citizens of the united states and are entitled to their constitution.
  • Opines that a celebrity's main ambition in life is to fulfill their passion. the constant attention in the public eye is beneficial for their career, but is slander and derision worth it all?
  • Explains that paparazzi and stalkers are one and the same. the stalking resource center and many other states describe stalking as "following, approaching, or confronting that person or a member of the person's immediate family."
  • Explains that a similar act was passed in california, where the majority of celebrities dwell, that indirectly pertains to the activities of paparazzi.
  • Explains that paparazzi have always been known to come off too strong and aggressive when it comes to getting the latest scoop. they blow al perception of privacy and assume they’re entitled to personal information of celebrities.
  • Opines that celebrities should have the same rights as ordinary people. celebrities have lives that don't deserve to be exploited to public eye.
  • Opines that celebrities should be able to choose what they want to be revealed. paparazzi, talk show host, and websites need to respect the celebrity’s privacy.
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