Foster's spokesperson did not respond immediately to ABCNews.com's request for comment. But, in a statement to Radar, her spokesperson said: "The police report is his side of the story. The guy was a professional photographer with a camera bag and a large lens. He followed Jodie and her two sons from the cinema in The Grove to the valet parking area. He crowded her and her two sons and took pictures the whole time. Jodie told him to stop but he did not do so."
The young man's family told Radar they are not planning to file any legal action against Foster but would like an apology from the actress.
Whether or not an apology is forthcoming, Foster is once again facing questions about the way she conducts her personal life.
In a September 2007 interview with More magazine, Foster made no apologies for the way she guards her private life.
"My life is my life. I'm not going to change my life for anybody. I don't have any problems with it," said the actress who won Oscars for "The Accused" and "Silence of the Lambs" before age 30. "I just don't talk about my health, my dad, who I voted for or what I think of the death penalty, because that would be trivializing my life, selling it for a magazine."