Her pictures are fine.
How about some in the courtroom?
So the New York-based celebrity photo-diva gets permission to be in the courtroom with her camera for a short while one day with a same conditions and restrictions other photographers had to follow. Most notably, she had to share her photos with news organizations of who had cameras in the courtroom and she couldn’t take any pictures when court wasn’t in session. She violated both, but apparently didn’t care, since it was a one-time gig for her, so she had no incentive to comply.
The other photogs were ticked and so was I.