Steven Tyler has proposed a bill in the Hawaiian legislature to limit the actions of paparazzi.
If I didn't know better, I'd say Steven Tyler is saying he wants less attention.
The Aerosmith singer and former judge on "American Idol" has proposed Hawaii Senate Bill 465 — now dubbed the Steven Tyler Act — which would provide a legal remedy for celebrities photographed while engaged in "personal or familial activity" and have a reasonable expectation of privacy, according to People.com
"The paradise of Hawaii is a magnet for celebrities who just want a peaceful vacation," says Tyler. "As a person in the public eye, I know the paparazzi are there and we have to accept that. But when they intrude into our private space, disregard our safety and the safety of others, that crosses a serious line that shouldn't be ignored."
And if anyone knows about crossing lines, it's Steven Tyler.
The bill will be presented in a Senate hearing in Honolulu. It is currently being endorsed by two-thirds of the Senate.