Hilary Duff petitions to change the laws about photographing children in public

"The laws should be changed for you to not be able to photograph that person.”

Hilary Duff isn't done talking about that "creepy" photographer that was caught snapping pictures at her 7-year-old son's football game over the weekend.

The 32-year-old mother of two went off in a series of Instagram stories Monday night to get a few more things off her chest regarding the emotionally charged situation.

"To be honest with you, I'm not even sure that I know the guy was 100% a paparazzi," she admitted, referencing the criticism she received for confronting the strange photographer. "He could've just been a normal dude."

Duff went on to explain that not only was she unhappy with the random photographer, but she wasn't exactly pleased with the response she received after contacting law enforcement officials, either.

"I ended up calling the police, 'cause multiple parents felt uncomfortable with it. And the police were, you know, pretty dismissive of me, saying, ‘What do you want us to do? You're at a public park,'" she explained.

"The Lizzie McGuire" star called for change, saying more needs to be done to protect children, even if they are out on public property.

"It's just extremely strange and inappropriate and creepy to have a man photographing our 7-year-old children and that to be completely legal," she vented. "Like, if a parent is asking for it to stop, the laws should be changed for you to not be able to photograph that person."

"If those kids are a subject of your ‘photography' practice, over and over and over again for a half hour or an hour, however long it was, and you ask someone to please stop that, you should have that right. And we really need to work on changing that law," Duff added.