Margot Robbie and Cara Delevingne appeared in the 2016 film Suicide Squad, and they are close friends. Sadly the two had a bad altercation with the paparazzi.

TMZ reports that the two were eating in Buenos Aires, Argentina when they were “thrust into a dangerous situation.” In the report, the incident led to a paparazzi photographer going to the police, alleging assault.

Sources informed TMZ that Robbie and Delevingne were leaving Patagonia Sur in the La Boca neighborhood this morning when an Uber pickup went wrong. The report states that a paparazzi photographer rushed Robbie and Delevingne as they were getting into their car. TMZ says the photographer was “aggressive” and “intruding in their space,” which led to the driver of the Uber pulling away while Robbie was halfway in the car.

It was reported that Robbie had to jump out of the moving vehicle to avoid serious injury. Meanwhile, Delevingne was in the car as it drove away. That led to the photographer snapping more photos of Robbie as she was on the ground, which had her friends intervene.


Infobae also reported the photographer, Pedro Alberto Orquera, ended up with a broken arm and a bloody scalp after Robbie’s friends allegedly assaulted him. The two friends in question are reportedly being detained and have been identified as Jac Rhis Hopkins and Josei Mac Namara Callum. 

In their report, TMZ said the two men are not bodyguards. It’s unclear if anyone involved has been booked by the police. Robbie and Delevingne’s camps have declined to comment on this situation.

As of this writing, nothing about the incident has been confirmed. Thirsty will have new information when available.

What do you think of this? Sound off in the comments! 

Andre Porter

Andre is a news writer at Ringside News and Thirsty For News, covering professional wrestling since 1999. He is an avid fan of the WWE and has attended numerous television tapings and PPVs. With a background in multimedia, Andre also enjoys film, travel, comics, and rooting for Philadelphia sports teams.

Disqus Comments Loading...