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The camera and Cara Delevingne are a match made in campaign heaven. Recently, however, a different kind of lens has been seeking her out: one aimed by the paparazzi. The paps' prying eyes have captured intimate moments between her and Michelle Rodriguez, and Delevingne has had enough.
Yesterday, the model-turned-actress took to Twitter to voice the bitter taste these recent forays with the paparazzi have left in her mouth.
I really think that it's disgusting that Paris is the only place where it is illegal for paps to follow you around— Cara Delevingne (@Caradelevingne) March 31, 2014
It actually took someone losing there life! Diana, an inspirational woman and then it changed but they still won't change it in London!— Cara Delevingne (@Caradelevingne) March 31, 2014
Delevingne touches on a topic that's not only just beginning to buzz in London, but here in the States, too. Kristen Bell and her husband, Dax Shepard, have been vehemently leading the crusade against paparazzi's right to snap pics of celebrity children. "What they're doing might be legal," Bell told Access Hollywood, "but, when I get off an airplane and I'm walking to my car when it's dark...and I'm with my baby by myself, it's terrifying." Delevingne agrees.
Comparing the paparazzi to assassins might come off as a bit dramatic at first, but in light of her other reference — Princess Diana's tragic death — it doesn't seem too far fetched. Though, sadly for the heavy browed wonder, changes to this intrusive practice aren't likely to come soon. At least there's voices as loud as Delevingne's to get the word out. (ONTD!)
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