Margot Robbie and Cara Delevingne get into trouble with photographer
Friends of the actresses allegedly attacked paparazzo in Argentina
Photographer claimed to police that he was beaten up
Margot Robbie and Dear Delevingne led to confusion that became a hospital case in Buenos Aires, Argentina. According to TMZ, friends of the actresses would have assaulted a paparazzo who was trying to photograph them in a restaurant. Pedro Alberto Orquera was reportedly hospitalized after being beaten.
According to the tabloid, the Hollywood duo was having dinner at dawn from Saturday to Sunday and was approached while heading to an app car. While the paparazzo tried to take several photos, the security of the actresses approached the boy.
Cara was already in the vehicle, Margot was trying to get in to leave and ended up jumping out when the driver accelerated after being startled by the confusion.
Source of the portal still says that the actress jumped out of the car to avoid getting hurt, but that did not stop the photographer from continuing with the photos. However, two of Robbie’s friends approached to help her.
According to Pedro Alberto’s testimony to the Buenos Aires police, he was beaten by the actresses’ friends, who he believed to be the stars’ bodyguards. TMZ sources claim that the two men were just personal friends of Cara Delevingne and Margot Robbie.
“They tried to take my camera to erase the pictures I had taken. I started running away from them because they were hitting me. As I was running away from them, they kicked me hard, so my camera went up in the air and I fell to the ground and hurt my arm. It was bleeding a lot. I was losing a lot of blood, in a few minutes the police arrived”, described Pedro to The Sun.
“Mrs Robbie – who I could identify – touched the shoulder of one of her security guards and pointed her finger at me. That’s when several people started hitting me and the chase started. I felt they managed to hit me and I was knocked down. on the sidewalk with such speed that if I had fallen on my head they would have killed me,” he added.