Entertainment Celebrity Sam Worthington to paparazzi: ‘this is harassment’

Sam Worthington to paparazzi: ‘this is harassment’

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He’s only just legally settled the disagreement he had with a photographer in Los Angeles, and it seems Sam Worthington is still angry – this time with paparazzi in Sydney.

On Tuesday afternoon, Worthington was near his car on Mona Road in Darling Point with wife Lara Bingle and six-month-old son Rocket Zot, when he took exception to being followed by the photo snappers.

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In a video posted to YouTube, Worthington speaks with police about being followed.

“They could be planning to kidnap my child.

“They don’t say who they are – at least in America they say ‘Hey, I’m paparazzi’,” Worthington rages.

“Here, there’s no laws. Look at them. I don’t know who these guys are they just appeared outside my house,” he said.

“I don’t know what they could be doing – staking us out to steal my kid because as this guy says I earn a lot of money,” he continues on.

A NSW police officer tries to calm the situation, but with no luck.

“This is harassment, this is provocation and harassment,” Worthington says.

No charges were laid against any of the photographers following the star couple.

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