Charlize Theron compares the intrusiveness of the the press to rape

2014-05-30 10:47

London – South Africa’s own Charlize Theron sat down for an exclusive interview with Sky News earlier this week.

During the interview the 38-year-old compared the intrusiveness of the the press into her personal life to rape.

According to Charlize there are certain parts of her life, especially when it come to her son Jackson, that are sacred.

She goes on to say that the much coveted celebrity life that she leads is fantastic but that listening to what someone on the internet has to say about her "short skirt" can be very harmful, saying that she doesn’t Google herself for specifically that reason and it saves her.

See the interview clip here.

As most South Africans of a certain age know, Charlize has done a lot of anti-rape campaigning.
In the late 1990’s the A millions ways to die in the west actress filmed a series of public service announcements that were very controversial. One of these was banned from South African television after men complained to the Broadcasting Complaints Commission of South Africa (BCCSA).

You can see it below.

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