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Hilaria Baldwin says she’s finished being a target for the media.
The star shared a video on Instagram with her thoughts after being followed by paparazzi in her car.
“I took it the other day after an incident where I was being chased by paps in cars. I decided not to post because how many times do I have to complain about it? even sick of talking about it, “she wrote in the post.” I just changed my mind because someone just told me that the any position and other tabloids said I was arrested. THIS IS NOT TRUE AND A LIE.
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“I walked around, with Alec and Carmen in the car until I found a police officer and asked for help from the people chasing me. One in particular who is harassing us in such an ugly way came out and started yelling at the police and at me, ”she continued. “To say he’s at work and I’m getting in his way – apparently because I won’t let him rape me and my family.” She made him move his car. She told me to always ask for help, it gets scary.
Baldwin acknowledged that posting the post might upset the media further, but said in her video that she was tired of being a target.
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“I am not a target. My husband is not a target. We will no longer be targets. We are normal people, we have jobs, we have our families – we just live our lives, ”said the mother of six. “We love to connect with people. Most people are good people, but there are people who take advantage of the system. “
She then implored everyone to work together for a better society instead of “causing pain”.
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This is not the first time that the author has denounced the paparazzi for “dangerous” behavior. Baldwin had previously stood up to photographers for driving dangerously while pursuing his family.
“Again: I know I’m supposed to keep quiet about such things… but as a mother and a citizen of this world… I just can’t,” she said at the time.