Demi Moore Pissed Off At Perez Hilton Sexualizing Her Daughter
Sep 04, 2009 17:10
Demi Moore has had it with Perez Hilton and his constant sexualization of her 15-year-old daughter Tallulah Willis.
One of Perez's "offenses" includes him tweeting a paparazzi photo of the teen's partially exposed breasts, calling her a "slut" and drawing attention to her "ASS" in another photo of her hugging her dad Bruce Willis.
Moore lashed back with a tweet: "Let me ask all of you, what is it called when someone is telling people to look and focus on a child's "boobs & ass" while providing photos?
She noted: "This is not a game. Children should not be exploited. They must be protected," and adds that Hilton "isn't taking child pornography laws very seriously."
Moores spokesman says the actress is tired of the celebrity blogger "being super mean to her kids and she draws the line with him promoting people
to look at photos where her minor daughter is sexualized.”
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