In Khloe Kardashian's case, with all that she's been going through in the last few years, she's really felt the sting of that, especially when it comes to the things they're saying to her. As we all know, they will say or do anything to get a "good" shot (if a celebrity is angry or flipping them off, the photo instantly becomes worth more money) and Khloe has become all too familiar with that.
In newly-released interview snippets from Khloe's Complex magazine interview, the reality star said that it's become really difficult recently. She admits that the gym has become one of her only places of solitude because as soon as she steps out of her house, the paparazzi are waiting for her and yelling all kinds of stuff at her.
When asked if she reads any of the tabloid stories about herself, she said, "I don't have to when someone's yelling them at you."
She continued, "It's mortifying because if I'm valeting my car and you're with me, and you don't know who I am or anything, you see all these people and they're yelling, "Are you sleeping with Scott!?" I've never been an introvert whatsoever. I've always been so social, very outgoing, and I am with my circle. I have major anxiety within the past two years with the paparazzi."
She also admitted it can get very lonely sometimes, saying, "When all your friends want to go to dinner, my brother and I are like, 'No' because we just get too much anxiety. I don't mind having people over, but it's weird how much more withdrawn I've become than being social in public places, I guess. With everything being so public, it made the gym my only place of refuge, if you will."
We all go through hard times and that alone can feel unbearable, we can't imagine having a bunch of guys with cameras chasing you and saying things to try to get a reaction out of you when you're doing your best just to get by.