Pink, Carey Hart sued over pedophile comment

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A photographer who tried to snap a picture of Pink and her husband, Carey Hart, is suing them for unspecified damages, TMZ reports.

The couple were changing their daughter’s diaper in a public playground in Malibu in June when Boris Issaei started to take pictures. Hart allegedly called Issaei a “pedophile.”

Issaei says Hart’s friend attacked him and damaged his camera. Cops can be seen on the TMZ footage, which also shows the photographer cursing up a storm. What a melee.

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