“There’s a level of familiarity with celebrities that’s implied by this tabloid world,” says Catherine Olim, a publicist with the PMK-HBH agency who represents such stars as Nicole Kidman and Glenn Close. “It’s very scary. And it can literally put celebrities’ lives in danger.”
It's wrong for anyone to drive under the influence! But it might even be a bad move for a celebrity to drive... And while the world shouts inequality; how many ordinary civilians have their dates and dinners monitored by long-range lens; and the slightest drink contents, set on CHP speed-dial?
take intrusion to whole new level
You judge the hazard, here! View: 'Paris Pandemonium':
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just got a whole lot simpler than Paris Hilton probably ever expected."