Evan Rachel Wood is looking forward to the arrival of her and Jamie Bell's baby, but there's one part of motherhood she isn't excited about: Having to shield her son or daughter from those pesky paparazzi.
The 25-year-old actress took to Twitter Sunday to share her thoughts on the matter, writing, "I believe kids should be protected and not public domain. When my baby comes I would greatly appreciate no support of any pap photos."
"It starts with you," she continued. "Big thanks to anyone who understands and shows their support. Lots of love… We know it wont eliminate the problem and it comes with the territory and all of that good stuff. But even a little goes a long way."
"It will get out either way, so yes we would like to be the ones to break the news when it arrives," she continued.
"honestly I feel like people become more intensely private when they are being hounded by jerks all the time," she added. "i feel like if we eliminated that people would share more cause they feel safe & in control of the situation"
"Fans can be fans. But they need to be aware of what they are supporting and how dangerous it can be," she clarified. "In other countries it is illegal or they blur the faces of children in pap photos. As they should."
"Paps while sometimes harmless can be very rude and become very aggressive and people do get hurt," she explained. "Its scary to have around a baby."
Evan also took issue with the shutterbugs—and the media—back in February. The True Blood beauty was outraged after The Daily Mail published a paparazzi photo showing her ultrasound picture. "I have never been more violated by a photographer," she tweeted. "Thats the inside of my body and my child. Would u like my soul too? nothing is sacred"