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Kim Kardashian is no stranger to unknown cameramen following her around. She’s probably even called some of them up on occasion, too.
Yet, it seems the mother-to-be experienced quite the scare yesterday. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star turned to her Twitter account to voice some serious concerns following a traumatizing run-in with the paparazzi.
“I wouldn't let the paps get a pic of me today & they threatened my life & said if I continue to block shots then they will make my world dangerous to live in! How dare they threaten my life & my unborn child! This has gotten way out of control!”
“Yesterday 4 cars boxed me in. One in front, behind, & one on each side just to have me drive at their speed so they can snap through the window. Its really so scary what they are legally allowed to get away with!”
YIKES! We’d be frightened, too!
“For years I've always been so gracious. Every shot they take now just isn't flattering & crazy stories get made up, so why would I willingly just let them stalk me & smile for them? Let me enjoy this last month of pregnancy please without threats & being scared to leave my home due to what dangerous thing they just threatened to do to me.”
Calling California’s legal code to action, Kim recognized the need for preventative measures while also acknowledging the fact that she leads a life in the public eye:
“What will it take for there to be laws put in place to prevent this behavior? …I get I live a public life. I live my life on a reality show for the world to see. I love my life, but when the cameras stop, that doesn't mean I don't want a break too. I'm 32 yrs old now, about to be a mom. I'm not 25 clubbing around LA anymore. There's no excuse for threats & stalking!”
The reality star isn’t the first celebrity to be hounded by the papz. In fact, a good number of celeb car accidents have been caused by photographers chasing them on the roads. While we love new, A-lister photos as much as anyone, we NEVER want to see their lives jeopardized.
Everything should have a limit — this, in particular.
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