Hey ian, your comment is inflamatory and insulting. Misleading? War and Peace and law books, not enough space is there for them on this site!

From the women's point of view, to walk out and see a stranger photographing her building, property can be very upsetting and I can sympathize with her. How does she know what the photos will be used for, who the photographers is, if he is telling the truth as to his intentions? For all she knows, he could be working for a developer who has his eye on her property. Evictions in the name of eminent domain come pretty cheap these days.

Cindy Crawford is worth millions and certainly has the resources to sue who ever she wants. The poor women does not. To even make the comparison is ridiculous.