Blake Lively slams paparazzi for sharing 'disturbing' images of her daughters 1 month ago

Blake Lively slams paparazzi for sharing 'disturbing' images of her daughters

"This is YOU exploiting very young children"

Blake Lively has called out a publication for sharing "disturbing" photos of her three children.

The actress was understandably furious after discovering the photos on Instagram.

Lively and husband Ryan Reynolds have told publications to never share paparazzi shots of their children.

However, this publication ignored their request.

Lively slammed them for "exploiting" her three daughters.

“This is so disturbing. I’ve personally shared with you that these men stalk and harass my children. And you are still posting," she wrote.

"You said you would stop. You personally promised me. This is not casual appreciation. This is YOU also exploiting very young children. Please. Delete. Please.”

The mum said she understands that some celebrity parents don't mind having their children's photos published, but she is not okay with it.


“Some parents are ok with this. We. Are. NOT,” the actress stressed.

After the Gossip Girl star called out the Instagram account, they deleted their post.

The mum-of-three praised people for listening to her and for unfollowing the account.

"Thank you to everyone UNFOLLOWING accounts who exploit children. YOU make ALL the difference. Thank you for your integrity. Thank you."

Instagram account Celebrity Kid revealed that all media outlets are aware of Lively and her husband's wishes.

They wrote: "There is not a single media outlet or fan account that doesn't know which celebs do or don't want their kids' faces published.

"Nothing about this is hard," they stressed.

"Any platform that publishes these pics knowing they're going against the wishes of the parent is a platform with no ethical standards or integrity."

"I promise you, not a single person who has pursued a career in acting, music or sport has ever "signed up" to have their kids stalked and harassed by packs of men."