Halle Berry wants to get the President Barack Obama involved in child protection laws regarding how the paparazzi should respond when children are involved.
The “Monster’s Ball” actress was picking up her daughter, Nahla Ariela Aubry, from school when she felt the paparazzi’s constant following and picture snapping was overboard—and she went ballistic!
“I’m doing something honorable. I’m not harassing people,” Berry reportedly yelled to the photographers.
The actress who has been having a turbulent year with the various court entanglements with Nahla’s father, model Gabriel Aubry, was photographed making wild, vivid gestures as she was letting the photogs have it!
Forward to this week, the 45-year-old addressed the encounter with Extra: “I hate that I lost my cool, but you know, I’m human. That happens and when it comes to my daughter, I’m ferocious.”
But the gorgeous actress felt she had little recourse.
“There are no laws here that protect our children and, as a mum coming to the school…, not only my child, but all the children that are there. It’s just wrong, wrong, wrong.
Which is how the idea of getting POTUS involved came about.
“You know, I think I’m going call Obama and say, ‘Look, can you help us? I know this seems like a little issue right now, but it’s a big issue in our lives and our lives at the school and our children being protected.’”
Do you think Halle is overreacting or are tougher laws necessary for celebrities and their children?