Cases where the paparazzi went too far

In the 1950s and 1960s were a favorite of the paparazzi group of photographers in Hollywood. Stars such as Frank Sinatra (Frank Sinatra), advance informed them about where they appear, and were happy to pose for photographers before going about their business. In those days there were no cases of the pursuit of celebrity cars on the highway at high speed or harassment. To date, the concept of mutually beneficial cooperation has completely disappeared.

While celebrities know that the public obsession is a price to pay for glory, for the last two decades in Hollywood, there is a growing hostility to the tactics used by photographers to make money shot, and cases of terrible behavior of the paparazzi are becoming more frequent. There is a huge demand for celebrity photos, engaged in the most ordinary things, such as walking for shopping. These photos are a means of very rapid and significant enrichment of the paparazzi. Given the fact that these photos can cost several hundred thousand dollars, it is not surprising that the photographers did not stop at nothing to make them. Starting with illegal entry into the domain of celebrities to dangerous abuse and even death, we present to you the ten cases where the paparazzi cross the line.

Tori Spelling (Tori Spelling) - 2011

Cases where the paparazzi went too far

Collision Tori Spelling paparazzi typifies overstep features. To make your shot paparazzi often run over by vehicles or celebrities pursue them to know where they were going. It's one thing when the stars are photographed during some events, but in the case Spelling 2011 paparazzi have gone too far. She was taking their children out of school when they began to pursue her because of what she drove into the wall of the school and their children's crashed car. There is a time and a place where celebrities can take pictures, but it should not do when they take their children out of school.

Nicole Kidman (Nicole Kidman) - 2013

Cases where the paparazzi went too far

During the fashion week in New York in September 2013 Nicole Kidman came in elite hotel, where the paparazzi named Carl Wu (Carl Wu) crashed into it on his bicycle at a speed of 32 kilometers per hour. He pursued the car of actress to make some valuable pictures. When she emerged from the car, the brakes on a bicycle Wu did not work and he lost control of the vehicle, knocking down the actress. As a result, the photographer had to visit the police station and Nicole Kidman sued him in court.

Ryan Reynolds (Ryan Reynolds) - 2015

Cases where the paparazzi went too far

In the beginning of this year, Ryan Reynolds was in Vancouver on the set of the film "Deadpool". Between February 28 and April 11 of his pursuing paparazzi Fedik Richard (Richard Fedyck). They met at the gated parking lot where the dispute between them and flared Fedik knocked Reynolds, leaving in his car. The actor suffered a back injury and significant knee and has since received an injunction against the paparazzi name that does not give the photographer to get closer to the actor close enough to take a photo.

Reese Witherspoon (Reese Witherspoon) - 2005

Cases where the paparazzi went too far

In 2005, Reese Witherspoon has arranged the birthday of his daughter in a Disney theme park, where the paparazzi named Todd Uallas (Todd Wallace) came to the actress to take some pictures. Due to the fact that the area had a lot of children, the photographer pushed some of them out of your way to take a picture, striking out five year old boy in the face with his camera. Then he began to alienate friends Reese Witherspoon and swear in front of children. Subsequently Uallas was arrested. He was charged with six counts of causing strokes.

Lindsay Lohan (Lindsay Lohan) - 2005

Cases where the paparazzi went too far

Despite the fact that Lindsay Lohan is no stranger to scandals, her encounter with the paparazzi in 2005 is quite possibly the only time in her life when her presence in court was due to the fault of another person. After chasing the car Lindsay for one hour, the photographer specifically crashed in his car in the Mercedes actresses to photograph her. The moment Lindsay unfolded and photographer intentionally went straight to her car with the driver's side. Before the collision the actress called the police to report that her pursuit is conducted. Police searched the paparazzi for previous violations and arrested him on charges of drug possession. He was later released on bail of $ 35,000.

Arnold Schwarzenegger (Arnold Schwarzenegger) - 1998

Cases where the paparazzi went too far

In 1998, a judge in California declared two photographers convicted of illegal detention of Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife. These paparazzi car blocked the actor's own car and did not release it for a long period of time. Schwarzenegger was already thinking that they have decided to steal them, and two photographers continued to take pictures of the couple were trapped. Shortly before that the actor had surgery on the heart, and his wife was pregnant, so cost the US Court of particularly severely with the perpetrators, to set an example for the rest of Hollywood paparazzi.

Jennifer Aniston (Jennifer Aniston) - 1999

Cases where the paparazzi went too far

In 1999, actress Jennifer Aniston go about their business and sunbathing topless in her yard when paparazzi snuck into the yard of her neighbor, peremahnuv 2, 5 foot wall and took a few photos of Aniston from afar using a special high-range lens. Then the photos were published in several magazines, which is why Aniston is suing a photographer. While the star has received half a million dollars due to the pre-trial settlement, she always have to live knowing that there are photos in which she was alone underwear.

Sean Penn (Sean Penn) - 1986

Cases where the paparazzi went too far

In 1986, the actor Sean Penn returned to his room in a hotel in Macau, China after a long day of filming "Shanghai Surprise". When he walked into the room, a man rushed at him and Penn with his assistant caught him - knowing that he was a thief. They overhangs his ankles from the ninth floor, before they realized that it was the paparazzi. They were arrested on charges of attempted murder, but were eventually released from their prison and fled to Hong Kong, where they were later pardoned.

Justin Bieber (Justin Bieber) - 2013

Cases where the paparazzi went too far

In 2013, the paparazzi named Chris Guerra (Chris Guerra) was killed while trying to take a picture of what he thought was a white Ferrari Justin Bieber, who was stopped for a routine inspection in the New Year in Los Angeles. When you try to take a picture in Guerra hit another car, which sped away without stopping. Ferrari in question did not belong to Justin Bieber and Chris Guerra put his life at risk for the opportunity to make money photograph of the singer. Ultimately, and unfortunately he was killed because of his reckless actions.

Princess Diana - 1997

Cases where the paparazzi went too far

Perhaps the most famous of any border crossing and the photo was Princess Diana's death in 1997. Sending forward an empty car to avoid the paparazzi, Princess Diana went to Paris with her boyfriend at the time on behalf of Dodi fades (Dodi Fayed). However, a group of photographers realized what it was the car actually. As a result, she began her pursuit of a car at high speed. At the entrance to the tunnel of its driver lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a concrete pillar at a speed of 105 kilometers per hour. Diana's boyfriend and the driver died on the spot, while a member of its protection to survive. Princess herself later died in hospital from injuries, and the paparazzi who chased her, were arrested at the scene. The incident is still considered an example of the worst behavior of the paparazzi, despite the fact that the driver of Diana was intoxicated at the time of the disaster.