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Ben Affleck Stalker Scare: Says Paparazzi Are Endangering His Kids



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Actor Ben Affleck is claiming that paparazzi who have taken photographs of his daughters at their Los Angeles school are endangering their safety, alerting one particular stalker as to their location.

In a recent magazine interview, Affleck blames tabloid photographers for allowing a stalker to know where his children go to school and allowing this individual to get too close for comfort.

The man, who threatened to kill Affleck's children as well as his wife, actress Jennifer Garner, was ultimately arrested when he was found lurking around the school where Affleck's children are enrolled.

Affleck's wife has been at the forefront of a campaign to encourage lawmakers in California to make the act of photographing the children of celebrities illegal, and Affleck says that the school photo incident proves that paparazzi have an active role in endangering children of the famous.

Affleck insists that it is "wrong and disgusting" to take photos of the children of celebrities because they have not agreed to be in the public spotlight. Affleck also says he has no problem with photographers shoving a camera in his face or following him around because that's part of his job, but he draws the line at endangering his children's lives.

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