Transcript for Halle Berry's Fight to Protect Stars' Kids
that emotional testimony from halle berry, pushing for stricter laws to keep paparazzi away from her child. Abc's nick watt has the latest on her fight. Out of the way. Reporter: Halle berry has had enough of this. And this. And this. The incident at l.A.X., She shared with california lawmakers late tuesday. I have to yell, she's a child. Leave my child alone. Leave my child alone. We get into the car. My daughter is now sobbing and she says to me. Mommy, are they trying to kill us? Reporter: The oscar winner is championing a bill that calls for $10,000 fines and civil lawsuits if paparazzi harass children, to grab a shot, purely because of who their parents are. Why can't you do something, mommy? And I have to look at my 5-year-old and say, because i have no rights to do. Reporter: Suri cruise has tried to tell them to stop. You have enough pictures. Reporter: Ben affleck has fought back. And meet ricardo mendoza, and i asked him if he would try to snap pictures of halle berry's children outside of school. The financial I'm going to get out of that is not worth the hassle of hearing her yell at me. Reporter: Let's say the shot of halle berry and her kids was going to get you 100 grand? I'll take the shot, in a heartbeat. I'll take two shots. Reporter: And taking pictures of someone's child is legal. A first amendment right. I understand that the media has rights and I respect them. We have a love/hate relationship. I need them. They need me. And this bill would not infringe on their right. Reporter: Halle berry is saying, you can take my children's pictures. Just back off. Way off. For "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, new york.
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