Celebs put paparazzi in their place

The hunter becomes the hunted as more celebs decide to see of the paps. Julia Roberts is the latest in a growing list of celebrities who rather than run or attempt to hide from the press (as Naomi Campbell and Lewis Hamilton so inelegantly tried to do in London this week) are seeing them off or, in Roberts case, chasing after them.

Roberts was so incensed that paparazzi were trying to sneak pictures of her near a school where unconnected kids could be in the shot or put at risk that she jumped in her car and chased after them.

Meanwhile George Clooney also got heavy earlier in the month in a well publicised 'altercation' with what he called the "bounty hunters" who were putting innocent bystanders at risk by their reckless attempts to get a picture of their prey.

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