A celebrity and her partner targeted by paparazzi for a women's magazine have launched an angry Twitter tirade against the publication.
Seven Sharp presenter Alison Mau was unimpressed with a Woman's Day double-page photo spread of her and partner Karleen Edmonds drinking, laughing and canoodling at a concert at Villa Maria Estate winery.
Mau took aim at editor Sido Kitchin, tweeting: "@WomansDayNZ hope you're feeling really creepy right now Sido - you should be" and "No friends would talk to WD! They all know how we feel about that one and its 'facts'."
Edmonds also took aim at the article. "@WomansDayNZ you are a bunch of f******s. #factsnotyourforte".
She also took offence at a claim the pair were "demanding" Anika Moa perform at their upcoming wedding and were spotted shopping for a ring.
Ms Kitchin had not seen the tweets but said she had no comment.