It's no secret that fame isn't always glamorous. Beyond what we see on screen, celebrities have to deal with a lot, including abuse, stress and of course, an extreme lack of privacy, worsened by the ever-present paparazzi.
Celebrities are people, entitled to privacy just like the rest of us, but unfortunately, this is something that many of them have to work extremely hard to achieve.
Despite this, Cara Delevingne is historically great at handling the press, never afraid to pose for a photograph while looking glamorous and stylish. However, it seems musician Annie Clark (a.k.a. St. Vincent) has instilled in her a hatred for the press that is beginning to show on camera.
Cara Delevingne and her girlfriend Annie Clark recently turned the tables on the paparazzi, firing water guns at the lingering paps and sending them fleeing. This can be seen as the evolution of her anti-paparazzi attitude, which grows with each violation of her privacy and personal space.
What's the harm in giving the awaiting photographers a little taste of their own medicine? The pair were just looking to enjoy their privacy like the rest of us, so perhaps they had simply had enough of the intrusive presence of the onlookers.
Captioned, 'Pay back,' Cara shows her opinion on the most recent violation of her privacy, sending the photographers scattering while they attempted to take even more photos.
Cara Delevingne wages war on the press
It seems that St. Vincent isn't the only cause of Delevingne's war with the paps. The model and actress recently revealed that a photographer tried to get a deeply-intrusive up-skirt shot of her.
The Independent reported that Cara claims she's being treated like a "zoo animal." Moreover, they report that the furious actress has stated:
“I just find it sad that I can't live in my own city because for that reason."
"If only I could make you feel the way you make me feel, I just hope that outside of this, you are able to feel empathy for others."
“I refuse to let these grown men treat people like objects with no feelings and get away with it, I will never be silent.”
Cara Delevingne is right to feel that her privacy and personal space have been violated. We can only hope that her message spreads and that the intrusive nature of celebrity ends.
Cara Delevingne is set to appear as Enchantress in Suicide Squad, due for release August 5, 2016.