Jennifer Garner thinks about the paparazzi a “cost of doing business” in Hollywood, however not at the expenditure of her kids’s health and wellbeing.
In a specifically individual look on PBS’ Tell Me More With Kelly Corrigan, the starlet remembers the severe lengths that professional photographers would require to follow her, then-husband Ben Affleck and their 3 kids, Violet, 14, Seraphina, 11, Samuel, 8, day in and day out for a whole years.
“For 10 years,” Garner shares, “there were at the very least six cars and often 20 outside of our house, and outside of school, and at the pediatrician’s. And you’re begging them, ‘Please step aside from the pediatrician’s door. I have a sick kid. Please.'”
Calling tabloid attention “so crazy,” the A-lister includes, “Who cares about some dumb celebrity problem? Unless it’s your child going through it, it’s not worth anyone’s attention or bother. It’s a cost of doing business but it just got to be ridiculous.”
So ludicrous, in reality, that Jennifer states the paparazzi were “causing car accidents all the time.” She remembers, “I’d go through a yellow light and there would be 15 cars that would go through the red light without compunction.”