AEROSMITH's Steven Tyler Sparks Celebrity Privacy Law Proposal In Hawaii

February 1, 2013, 4 years ago

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According to, more than two-thirds of Hawaii's state senators have signed onto a bill to protect celebrities from paparazzi, giving them power to sue over unwanted beach photos and other snapshots on the islands.

The bill's author says he's pushing the law at the request of AEROSMITH lead singer Steven Tyler, the former "American Idol" judge who recently bought a new home in Maui.

A representative for Aerosmith declined comment late Thursday, saying Tyler was not immediately available.

Sen. Kalani English, a Democrat from Maui, told The Associated Press the so-called Steven Tyler Act will help Hawaii's tourism and film industries, encouraging famous people to come here without fear of being stalked by paparazzi.

"These are my constituents as well," English said. "Public figures have a right to reasonable privacy. There's a balance that we need to create."

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