Ashton Kutcher is just one of many celebrities who does not want photos of their children becoming part of the pop culture world. Many entertainment outlets such as E!, People, Just Jared and The TODAY Show have already agreed that they will not publish paparazzi photos of celeb's children.
Unfortunately, not all outlets have taken the pledge and Ashton was furious when he saw paparazzi photos of his daughter Wyatt pop up online.
"Why is it so hard for publications to respect that I would like the identity of my child kept private for safety reasons?" he tweeted when photos surfaced on Tuesday. "Pls honor that."
When a fan tweeted him and said it goes with being in the business, Ashton replied, "I may have chosen this business but my daughter didn't."
Shortly after baby Wyatt was born in October, Ashton tweeted, "Mila and I would like to welcome Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher to the world. May your life be filled with wonder, love, laughter, health, happiness, curiosity, and privacy."
Catch that last part?
Ashton and Mila join a growing list of Hollywood moms and dads who don't want their children photographed just because their parents are famous. Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner helped get a bill passed in 2013, which made it a misdemeanor to photograph or videotape a child just because one (or both) of their parents is a celebrity or public official.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard also successfully took the issue up with many individual media outlets, where the photos are ultimately marketed to.