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Sean Penn: I Hate Paparazzi

Sean Penn: I Hate Paparazzi

Sean Penn returns from his vacation in Honolulu on Wednesday, landing at LAX airport with wife Robin Penn, 41, daughter Dylan Penn, 15, and son Hopper Penn, 13.

Much to the dismay of Oahu natives, the Penn clan stayed at the Turtle Bay Resort, which is undergoing an expansion that locals claim threatens the coastline and desecrates ancestral burial grounds.

Said one outraged local: “It’s bad enough that Turtle Bay is built upon my ancestors’ bones, but the idea that Sean Penn would pay to support what we’ve been protesting for 30 years makes me sick.”

Random: Check out Penn‘s new pecs in Hawaii here.

Movie news: Penn will star opposite Harrison Ford and Ray Liotta in Crossing Over, described as “the Traffic of illegal immigration.” Out in late 2007.

Tidbits: Son Hopper Jack Penn was named after family friends Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson. Sean Penn was married to Madonna from 1985 to 1989. Daughter Dylan Frances Penn turns a sweet 16 tomorrow, April 13. Happy birthday, Dylan!

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