"You're not allowed to point a camera at my daughter. You have to get permission to shoot other kids' pictures. Anyone with any decency would walk up to someone and say, 'Wow, your kid is so cute. May I take a picture?' But for some reason, we're excluded from that. They have frightened my child. I almost dropped my kid at LAX because I was blinded by lights. They put me in danger. They put her in danger. First and foremost, they frighten her. They don't allow kids to have normal lives. And it's also very dangerous for their identities to be out."
"It's incredible what she did in one week shutting [the paparazzi] down like that -- unbelievable. I'm so grateful to her. I really am. … But that's only one step. We have so much further to go to cut off the source, and we must cut off the source. But at some point, it has to be absolutely illegal to be anywhere near a child taking their picture."