Halle Berry went crazy on paparazzi camped outside daughter Nahla Aubry‘s school on May 9th, livid about the fact that the take photos of celebrity children. “When you have these creepy guys with cameras lurking around it’s really hard for parents, myself and other parents, teachers, principals, to discern who’s supposed to be there,” Berry told Access Hollywood correspondant Jill Martin at yesterday’s Revlon ColorStay Whipped Creme Makeup launch in New York.
“It’s just a chaos and a confusion that doesn’t need to surround where little kids play and where they live and what their world is. It’s just not right,” the Oscar winner, who took Nahla to CVS in West Hollywood May 15th, added. “We are going to figure out what we can do on our local level in Los Angeles to sort of change some laws because it is becoming child exploitation.
“When I open up all these magazines and I see all these children in them. Nahla was just in a magazine and they said, what does she — and I think Gwen Stefani’s kid – have in common? They were both nose pickers, and I thought, ‘You know we are stooping to a new low when we prop up our children and exploit them like this.’ And people can’t wait to open up a magazine and see what 4 year olds are wearing. There is something wrong, fundamentally wrong, with that.”
“Our children should be off limits,” Berry added. ”They are innocent little babies that should not be exploited all over these magazines. I’m fair game, I get that, but my kids [and] kids at my childrens’ school should not be harassed like that,” Halle stressed. “It’s just wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong and wrong.”