— Cara Daily (@CJDDaily) October 6, 2015
Supermodel Cara Delevingne was making her way into a restaurant in Paris on Tuesday when she was swarmed by paparazzi and had a close encounter with one photographer that was caught on video. As she walked past them, one paparazzo got a little too close for comfort and Delevingne abruptly turned around, walked back and gave the shutterbug a little push to let him know he’d invaded her personal space, and then made a quick getaway from the scene. She can be heard on the video, which was captured from multiple angles, saying, “I pushed him, I pushed him, I pushed him,” as she disappeared through the restaurant door. The exchange left several of the onlookers laughing. Later, Delevingne posted a message on Twitter that puts all paparazzi on notice. “Dear paps,” she wrote, “if you are in my way, I have a right to move you.” Delevingne will be appearing at the >Women in the World London Summit on Friday October 9, where she’ll be interviewed by Rupert Everett — and paparazzi will be kept at a safe distance.
Read the full story and see a video from the opposite angle at The Huffington Post.