January 13, 2006

The top is off Jennifer Aniston's paparazzi case

How many times do we have to go over this? When you take your bikini off in public, and someone takes a picture, your privacy is not violated. See, some celebrities just think they own everything.

Peter Brandt, the paparazzi being sued by Jennifer Aniston for capturing those topless photos of her, claims that the actress has no cause of action to bring forward her Violation of Right of Privacy complaint.

Brandt claims that Aniston's complaint doesn't really make sense. He also claims that it isn't very valid, because they've been over this already:

"The complaint does not state facts sufficient to constitute a cause of action, and the pleading is uncertain, ambiguous, and unintelligible."

Additionally this claim has already been decided in another case ... which held Aniston did not have a reasonable expectation of privacy with regard to a topless photo of herself because it was in the public domain."

What surprised us most about this complaint, is that it's coming from the girl who totally nipped out on every episode of Friends. Why do celebrities need to walk around their properties and lay on their lawn chairs naked anyway? Isn't that why we have magazines like Playboy and GQ?

You can read the court papers HERE.

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