Bella Hadid hits out at paparazzi: 'Whoever thinks it's ok to photograph into someone's home is straight up sad'
Bella Hadid has hit out at paparazzi for invading her privacy.
The Los Angeles-born model is one of the most sought after names in fashion, having recently starred in campaigns for Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, and Dior Beauty.
Bella now splits her time between California and New York, but has shared that she is considering finding a new apartment in the Big Apple after photographers snapped her and friend Jordan Barrett inside her home, and shared the photos online.
"On another note - whoever thinks it's OK to photograph into someones (sic) home & private space is straight up sick, sad & f**ked up. time to move," she wrote on her Twitter page on Tuesday, alongside a retweeted image of the snaps of her and Jordan.
When the images of Bella and Jordan first emerged online, fans were quick to speculate that the pair were dating. However, the 20-year-old has also clarified that she is not in a relationship with the Australian model, and claims he is simply a good friend.
"(Jordan) is like a brother to me buhhh this just ruined the surprise ... interview w/ @DerekBlasberg coming soon," Bella tweeted, referring to an upcoming interview with Vanity Fair journalist Derek Blasberg.
Bella, who split from singer The Weeknd last year, was previously linked to Jordan after they were spotted hanging out together at events during the Cannes Film Festival last month.
The brunette beauty's privacy issues come after it has been reported that her pal Kendall Jenner is looking for a new home, following safety fears and a burglary at her Hollywood Hills pad.
The model reportedly had $200,000 (£156,000) of jewellery stolen from her bedroom in March, and in August last year an alleged stalker gained entry to the property.
According to TMZ, Kendall is now seeking to drop up to $15 million (£11.7 million) on a property in Bel Air or Beverly Hills.