When a high-profile celebrity couple announce the arrival of a new baby into their family, people around the world are eager to get a glimpse of the new-born child, with the paparazzi going into overdrive in a bid to get the first pictures of the baby. These photographers can make themselves a lot of money, by getting a photo of a celebrity couple and their baby, but things can take a bit of a turn.
It is often the case that, when some pictures of a new born celebrity baby are published, the child's face is blurred out, unless the celebrity couple have allowed otherwise. So, when Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis announced the arrival of their beautiful baby girl Wyatt, the race was on to get the first good shot of the baby, with Mail Online printing pictures of the baby on a couple of occasions.
This did not sit well with Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, who have now decided to launch a lawsuit against the Mail Online, insisting that they did not have permission to show pictures of baby Wyatt. In the legal papers, it states, "Save for one image of [Wyatt] as a new-born, [Kutcher and Kunis] have not released to the world at large any images of [her], nor have they consented to the publication of an image of [her]."
As you would expect, the Mail Online are insisting that they have done nothing wrong and are not going to take this lawsuit laying down. Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are clearly just trying to protect their daughter and it looks like they should win this one.