She even claims James, her son with actor husband Matthew Broderick, now covers his face when posing for family photos. "(It's a) culture of thuggery. I feel very ashamed. I feel like I'm, like, the town trollop," Contactmusic quoted her, as saying in New York magazine. "It makes me feel ashamed of my work. And I'm not. But I'm attached to this culture now in a way that it's kind of vulgar.
"And I feel cheapened. And I feel like I'm cheapening the school, like I'm bringing dirt; like I'm bad for the neighbourhood," she added