Paparazzi go to great lengths to get celeb photos – and Ashley Tisdale tells Access Hollywood’s Shaun Robinson that with her, one snapper allegedly went too far.
“They broke in, they came into my home before,” Ashley tells Shaun. “They don’t want middle America to know this is what they do to try and get pictures.”
The “High School Musical 3: Senior Year” star reveals that a man with a video camera broke into her condo in what she believes was an attempt to get footage.
“They broke in an entry and went into the hall and followed my stylist,” she says.
Luckily, the police arrived quickly.
“The police were there and they [told me], you could say it’s a robbery,” she says. “I’ve never seen the guy again, but they go to an extreme for pictures.”
Ashley joins a chorus of celebrities fearing for their safety as paparazzi invade their privacy and personal space.
“I wish they had badges,” she said. “It could be a random stalker. They’re like 40-year-old men following us girls around.”
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