Peaches Geldof paparazzi draw local complaints

While Los Angeles is debating a local law to curb paparazzi, residents in the London borough of Islington are getting annoyed with celebrity snappers hounding one of their neighbours, Peaches Geldof.

“Swarms” of photographers regularly gather outside Geldof’s flat at Rufford Mews near Kings Cross, and a local councillor is encouraging the celeb to take a three week “break” to allow interest in her to die down, the Islington Tribune reported this week.

Councillor Paul Convery, who represents the local ward, has left a note in Geldof’s letter box making the suggestion. He says local residents accuse the paparazzi of illegal parking, littering, and “holding impromptu barbecues” on the pavement outside Geldof’s flat in what the paper called “the siege of Rufford Street”.

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