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Abbie Chatfield rips into 'scum' paparazzi for taking photos of her while she's topless

Abbie Chatfield rips into 'scum' paparazzi for taking photos of her while she's topless

The Australian celebrity slammed the 'gross loser freak man' for trying to make money off her body.

Abbite Chatfield has ripped into paparazzi photographers who have been hounding her.

The former Bachelor Australia star is one of the most well-known influencer celebrities in Australia at the moment.

She boasts more than 450,000 followers on Instagram, has a successful radio show and podcast, appears as a judge on The Masked Singer Australia and is seemingly everywhere that has a glitzy event happening.

So, it's no surprise that there would be some paparazzi following her during her daily life.

However, she's drawn a line at sun-baking at the beach while she's semi-naked.

Taking to Instagram, Abbie said: "Can you scum paparazzi talentless loser leeches stop taking photos of me at the beach with my t*ts out?

"I don’t give a s**t if the public see my nipples, clearly bc im in public rn, but for a gross loser freak man weasel to make money off the patriarchal idea that my nipples are salacious is BULLS**T.

"This happens FAR TOO OFTEN. F**K THE F**K OFF. THANKS."

Chatfield was supported by her Bachelor colleagues, with the show's host, Osher Günsberg, applauding Abbie for standing up against the photographer.

"He’s never seen my nipples but he’s equally hidden in bushes with a long lens taking photos of other people’s children playing (ie: Wolfie and me), which in no universe is an ok thing and would get the cops called quick smart normally but apparently when it’s for a news outlet it’s ok," Osher said in the comments section.

"It’s pretty f**king far from ok."

Former Bachelor Australia contestant Matt Agnew added: "This is so cooked."

Abbie isn't the only celebrity to be taking a stand against paparazzi and some are coming up with fairly ingenious methods to get rid of them.

Blake Lively posted a bunch of photos during her fourth pregnancy to social media as she said she was being hounded by photographers.

She wrote on Instagram in September last year: "Here are photos of me pregnant in real life so the 11 guys waiting outside my home for a unicorn sighting will leave me alone.

"You freak me and my kids out."

The Gossip Girl star added: "Thanks to everyone else for all the love and respect and for continuing to unfollow accounts and publications who share photos of children.

"You have all the power against them. And thank you to the media who have a 'no kids policy'.

"You all make all the difference."

While it might not drive the paparazzi away completely, it certainly lets the public know what they get up to in order to get 'the shot'.

Featured Image Credit: Abbie Chatfield/Instagram

Topics: Australia, Celebrity