Cara Delevingne detained in Paris for yelling 'f*** you' at Eurostar security during random bag check
Published 16/05/2016 | 14:37
Supermodel Cara Delevingne was detained and fined in Paris after swearing at security while boarding to the Eurostar.
The 23-year-old Suicide Squad star behaved "like a spoiled brat", according to reports, as her bag was randomly selected for a security search.
She was detained for an hour and released with a fine, The Telegraph confirmed.
Cara was detained on May 5 leaving Paris, where she was shooting Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets, to attend her sister Poppy's birthday in London. When her bag was being searched, she became agitated and another officer was called over to try to calm the situation.
She then tried to make a phone call and began swearing when she was told mobile phones were not permitted in that particular area. She reportedly yelled "f*** you" at a female officer.
"It was a full-on meltdown in the middle of security. There were at least 20 people around and she didn’t seem to care who saw," an onlooker told the paper.
"It was like she thought she didn’t have to abide by the same rules as everyone else just because she’s famous.
"Cara was with a friend who was trying to calm her down, but it wasn’t working. She shouted ‘let him do his f**king job, it’s ridiculous’.
"She got down on her knees and put her hands together as if she was praying for the whole thing to be over. It was bizarre."
She is unlikely to face prosecution.
After she was detained for roughly an hour, she boarded the next train to St Pancras station in London.