"Let me be very blunt: I hate them. I hate these people. I don't understand why they do that for a living," Contactmusic quoted Pitt as saying in an interview on U.S. chat show Today. He added: "We've got to make a distinction between these people who photograph celebrities at events and people who climb over your walls or wear camouflage and call out your kids names as you're trying to take them to school to see if they'll look that way.
"I have no respect for these people. I do not like them. I don't understand how they can live their lives that way. There should be laws against it. They should not be able to follow kids like this, but there's not right now so that's the way it is." Pitt and Jolie have three adopted children Maddox, seven, Pax, four, and Zahara, three. They're also parents to two-year-old biological daughter Shiloh, and twins Knox and Vivienne.
Washington (ANI): Tired of constant prying into his life and kids, Brad Pitt has urged the US Government to pass a law which bans snappers from sneaking into the lives of celebrities. The Troy star has called for the law because he has had enough with photographers sneaking around to photograph his six kids, and now the actors insists their antics have gone too far.