Chased by paparazzi, Scarlett Johansson asks the police for help 

On April 8, Scarlett Johansson was pursued by many paparazzi on the street, which caused her to report to the police.


Scarlett Johansson is a familiar actress for fans of Marvel's blockbusters. The beauty, born in 1984, is considered one of Hollywood's modern sex symbols and appeared in many of the most glamorous beauty lists in the world. The 34-year-old beauty is famous for films such as “Her”, “Lucy”, “Ghost Sheath” and especially “Black Widow”. Besides, she is about to appear with a famous cast in "Avengers: Endgame".


Everything happened on the evening of 8.4 (local time) when the 34-year-old star took part in Jimmy Kimme Live! talk show to promote "Avengers: Endgame" movie which will officially open in theaters on April 26. After she left the filming site with two other employees and getting into the private car, many paparazzi appeared unexpectedly and took disobedient actions to capture the images of this female star.

According to Scarlett Johansson's description, there were 5 cars passing red lights and chasing her car while their car windows were open and camera lenses were sticking out, just waiting to attack her. This action made her feel confused, afraid of her life and the pedestrians were threatened by this group of extremists.


Luckily for the actress, her personal bodyguard drove quickly to the Police Department in Los Angeles to report the case and hoped the authorities would take measures to ensure safety for the actress. Scarlett Johansson was not injured, but at that time she was in a state of panic, insecurity. Leaving the police station, the female star was taken home safely, and that group was also left.

The 34-year-old beauty said the paparazzi kept following to monitor and harass the privacy of the person they were hunting. Referring to the death of Princess Diana, who had been in a car accident so much that she had to die because of being chased, the actress demanded that the law have stricter rules to avoid the cases same happening.


She added: “Women across the United States are followed, harassed and always faced with fear. The time has come for our country to need a strong, clear law to address the lurking dangers. Until the acts of the paparazzi are guilty of the law, there will be many others who will be disturbed, wounded or even go to death like Princess Diana”.

The story of the stars being tracked, stalked and taken photos by paparazzi is no longer so strange to the public and that Scarlett Johansson is not the first victim. In the past, audiences were familiar with challenging gestures, loud voices and even fights that many celebrities such as Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, and Kanye West responded to the nuisance brought by the group of crazy photographers.

By: Abigail Harris

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