Paparazzi have this habit of invading privacy. This is what happens when they go a little too far. Celebrities do have rights and they will inforce them. Taking the occasional photo of a famous person is fine but there is a fine line between obsessing and stalking and these Paparazzi are getting into trouble trying to get the perfect shot. This is what happens when you cross that boundry.
1. Sienna Miller's $80,000 settlement.
She later said of the case: “I’m the first person to sue and win against the paparazzi on harassment charges. It’s absolutely changed my life. I didn’t want to shut down and hide myself away."
2. Britney Spears flees paparazzi, ends up looking like a terrible mother.
3. Nicole Richie's restraining order.
Richie said that Mariotto “drives erratically around my children and others, yells, screams and attempts to scare us so that he can photograph our reactions."
4. Jackie O's
Jackie Onassis was his favorite subject, and she eventually sued him for invasion of privacy and harassment, as outlined in the 2010 movie about his life, Smash His Camera. As Galella noted in an interview promoting the film, "Of course she won because she had a judge who had been appointed by President Kennedy."
5. French President's girlfriend tries to bring down the tabloids.
She's already won $2,500 (though she wanted nearly $40,000) from one magazine, VSD for publishing the photos. Now, she's going after three other magazines — Closer, Voici, and Public.
6. The naked 13-year-old at George Clooney's house.
There's little evidence that a successful lawsuit ever occurred, but it has frequently been rumored that Clooney has considered selling the home to get away from the paparazzi.
7. Princess Diana's death.