Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Paparazzi Member Struck and Killed By Oncoming Vehicle While Attempting To Capture A Photo Of Justin Bieber's Ferrari

Justin Bieber photo source:Popstoptv

What Is This World Coming To? Today a Papparazo, was fatally struck by oncoming traffic, in an attempt to photograph Justin Bieber's Ferrari, on a busy highway. The photographer, who has yet to be identified, was seen parking his vehicle, and crossing the street in an attempt to capture a photo of Justin Bieber's ferrari.  Justin Bieber's crazy encounters with the Papparazi, have become iconic. Just earlier last year, Justin's Bodygard punched out an over zealous photographer, and just a few months ago, Justin Bieber and his ferrari were victims of a high speed Paparazzi chase. This is a sad but, rather predictable story. Lack of common sense and better judgement, caused this 29 year old paparazzi photographer his life. 

CNN reports, 

Paparazzi have had nasty run-ins with pop star Justin Bieber, including a high-speed chase in July that prompted a city councilman to predict that such an encounter could end tragically.
It happened Tuesday.
A photographer who thought he spied Bieber sitting in his parked white Ferrari was struck and killed by oncoming traffic as he walked across a Los Angeles street to get back to his car after snapping photos.
An opportune picture of the 18-year-old celebrity can rake in hard currency, but Bieber was not in the car at the time of the New Year's Day incident.
California Highway Patrol officers had pulled over Bieber's vehicle Tuesday evening near an off-ramp of Interstate 405.
The photographer, 29, spotted the sports car stopped on Sepulveda Boulevard, parked his own vehicle across the street, crossed to get closer to Bieber's car and took photos of its occupants, Los Angeles police said.
Officers told the man twice to return to his car, CNN affiliate KTLA reported.
An SUV struck the paparazzo as he was returning across the street to leave, Stoughton said.
Authorities have not released his name. Police said in a statement that the driver of the SUV, a 69-year-old woman, stayed at the scene. There was no evidence that the woman was driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, authorities said.
"While I was not present nor directly involved with this tragic accident, my thoughts and prayers are with the family of the victim," Bieber said in a statement.

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