posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 05:18 PM
I don't know about the laws in France, or anywhere in Europe really, but I cannot imagine someone getting arrested for this in America. Well, I can
imagine it, with what has been happening regarding police officers and the justice system lately. But, as a principle, if someone is topless where
they can be seen by the public, I don't see how someone can complain. Just don't do things like that where you can be seen. I imagine she didn't
realize she could be seen, but when you are as popular as she is, you have to realize that you just cannot do things like that, because unless you are
indoors or something, there is always the chance someone is watching if outdoors.
I don't think there are laws against photographing people in public here in the US, because the paparazzi hound celebrities all day long, and some of
those celebrities get really mad. If they were able to keep them from taking photos, I'm positive they would. I've always heard people say that you
must gain permission from the person if you wish to take their photograph or videotape them, but that just sounds like bull given the plethora of
examples against this that happen all the time. But these are different countries with different laws, but I still don't see how this is a criminal
act, as private property doesn't count for line of sight.
I wonder why this person didn't attempt to sell the pictures back to the couple...or the queen or something, lol. They probably would have paid a lot
of money for this to go away. And if they tried to screw you, you have an accomplice who is ready to anonymously release the photos, just in case
you're in jail for extortion or blackmail. That is illegal though, unfortunately. Or, fortunately, depending on which side of the argument you're
on, lol. Anyway, strange situation all around. Well, I guess I'm off to find the pi...err, I mean...uh, something else.