I suspected that might happen to #2109048 & 2109049 but didn't say anything ahead of time, because of all the *others* already in the gallery.
Per the Admin/Owner, the actual *rule* is that 'Underage' applies *only* to the 'principle target' of a photo (the celeb herself) and not anyone else in the photo. This includes other celebrities, the celeb's own children, or merely faces in the crowd or background.
However, *many* of us would prefer not to see kids (or guys) in these photos. Some uploaders blur/obscure them out before uploading, and we have a few people who don't care what the rule is, they'll report them every time. Most likely, those few are so sensitive to it due to personal experiences in their past (their own or a friend/relative). Most normal people just look at the girl and ignore the kid(s), but as I said, most of us would *rather* they not be there at all. I'd rather they not be uploaded, but because of the rule, usually I don't report them (and did not in this case). When I do, as recently on Mariah Carey's, someone else usually unreports them anyway.
But in the future, just be aware of all this, and maybe 'play it safe' if you don't want your upload reported.
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