posted on Jun, 6 2013 @ 01:46 AM
The camera/reporter presence on the non-celebrity is what's oppressive. When someone stalks you for what color t-shirt you wore in the morning, so
they can scurry back to their reporter cave and write something about how this person did this or that, it's a nasty publicity presence. I can see
why some actors have a no-paparazzi photo rule on their fan websites, because it's invasion of privacy. That privacy boundary is asked for in the
Stalkerazzi can choke on a flash data chip when it comes to hospital trips. It's supposed to be private when people go into hospitals, so how did
this come around except through an evil force of disrespect from the media.
Wrist cutting isn't exactly a suicide attempt. It's self-mutilation. Two different things. No matter how hysterical a person gets over how they
wanted to go from wrists it's done dramatically. Your arms could be chopped off and you could still live, so it's done feebly.
It could be a conspiracy that she's not there for suicide. It could be a drug overdose or rehab. I don't know this person and don't bother to;
celebrity's kids need distance like real people unless they are in the process of promoting their products. I will guarantee you that because of the
star power if the stalkerazzi figure out where she is they will bribe someone to get into the hospital to get closer. Because the media is twisted
like that and they have plenty of minions with disorders that would compromise their reputation for their media obsessions. Which is practically
terrorism these days.