Halle Berry says a paparazzi photographer went too far to get a shot of the actress holding her infant daughter, trespassing onto her private property and snapping them hanging out in the backyard. The Oscar-winning actress was upset when pictures of her holding four-month-old Nahla Ariela Aubry showed up on the Internet and in two celebrity magazines. A person who answered the phone Friday at Fame Pictures, the agency that distributed the photos, said he had no immediate comment.Besides pursuing criminal charges against the photographer, Berry is seeking to get the photos removed from the Web. In her statement to The Associated Press, Berry said she will never sell pictures of her children.
"I have long since come to terms with the fact that choosing a career as an actress has made me a public figure, but my baby has made no such choice, and unless and until she does, I will do everything I can ... to keep her out of the public eye,"
Berry gave birth to Nahla, her first child, in March. Nahla's father, model Gabriel Aubry, was not seen in the photos.
As reported earlier, yesterday was Jen's 39th birthday. She didn't want to make a fuss, so she and husband Marc Anthony quietly slipped into a showing of Broadway's In the Heights after the lights went down.
"It's almost like every day is her birthday," Anthony said on Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM radio show Friday. "So last night we just wanted it to be quiet and, you know, have a nice, quiet evening together.""We sneaked in and got to sit in the audience and see other people be nervous," he said. "We had a blast!" Anthony who launches a tour soon looks foward to bringing the twins along.
The day before her 39th birthday Thursday, Lopez was spotted shopping at Bonpoint baby boutique in NYC while feeding her twin son Max. Her mother, Guadalupe, held baby girl Emme.