"I look good, but I am not famous. If you're going to paparazzi me for harassment sake, then you better damn well be giving me millions while doing it. I'm a private citizen and I demand to be treated as such." - Katie Lynn Birchard (AKA, "Hala Pickford")
Private citizens do not choose professions such as singer, songwriter, record label owner, author or owner/operator of a publishing company. A person can't have it both ways. Either you're a public figure or you aren't.
Private citizens do not create blogs dedicated to the libel and defamation of targeted citizens and groups using controversial tactics.
Private citizens do not engage in controversial public debates in various blogs and forums, including, but not limited to topics such as, Sexuality & Homo/Bisexual rights, Religion, Famous Personalities, etc.
Private citizens do not intentionally stir up said topics of scandal and make allegations targeting groups and individuals in public forums.
Private citizens do not publicly "review" books, famous personalities, movies, TV shows & associated groups/clubs, without the expectation that someone will disagree with them in the very same public forums.
Private citizens do not intentionally make a public spectacle of themselves by wearing "Loud" attire, and drawing attention to themselves by being "Loud" in general, without an expectation that they will draw attention to themselves and get some sort of "reaction."
The State of California has battled the subject of the paparazzi for decades, and news outlets such as TMZ, Perez Hilton, OK Magazine, The National Enquirer and hundreds of others have made millions snapping pictures of celebrities and non-celebrities alike. The fact is, it's still legal. If you enter a public forum, you can expect your picture to be taken. That doesn't just go for Katie, but all of us as well.
Until next time,
The EXPOSE Katie Lynn Birchard Team
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