Sunday, August 2, 2015

Demi Moore lensblocks photographer

The woman behind those hands is Demi Moore, who went into "G.I Jane" mode on photographer John Taggart last night as he tried to take her picture. Taggart says Moore grabbed his camera, pulling him along with it and told him to "Get the f--- out of here."

Demi Moore lensblocks photographer

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The woman behind those hands is Demi Moore, who went into "G.I Jane" mode on photographer John Taggart last night as he tried to take her picture. Taggart says Moore grabbed his camera, pulling him along with it and told him to "Get the f--- out of here." Taggart caught up with the actress, in town shooting "Happy Tears," a few blocks away from Audrey Claire (267 S. 20th). At the restaurant he had initially approached Moore, co-star Parker Posey, and Moore's actress daughter Rumer Willis, who were eating at an outside table, to ask if he could photograph them, rather than just start clicking away, as many others may have done. Moore said she would prefer if he didn't as they had been filming all day and didn't look too good. Posey, who also tried not to be photographed, can be seen below.

Photos: John Taggart/JohnTaggart.com

 

 

 






 




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