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Many people believe that when someone becomes a celebrity they must to give up their right to privacy This statement is completely incorrect When a person becomes a celebrity that person does not want to give up their right to privacy it is the star crazy fans that force reporters to dive into celebrities private lives and uncover their deepest darkest secrets not because people care about the celebrity put because it is entertaining Star crazy fans have forced many credible people to become shunned by society President Clinton was a victim of this kind of thinking When the news came out of Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clintons relationship American society went mad There were many people who despised the President after that The Senate impeached him but he was never forced to leave office he was forbidden to practice law in the state of Arkansas and his wife put him on a shorter leash then ever before Finally and possibly worst of all he was the butt of every late night TV show hosts jokes for the next six months Many people thought that since he was the president the American people had a right to know about his private life I do not agree with this statement because I believe that a person has a right to a private life no matter what The Bill of Rights implies that every person has a right to privacy It never says that every person has a right to privacy except if you are a celebrity I found it unlawful that people were allowed to go to the white house and question Pres Clintons wife and daughter how they felt about his infidelity The act of going to a persons house no matter who the person is and asking the daughter how she feels about her father cheating on her mother is just inexcusable This not only damages the familys well being but
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