Margot Robbie sets record after ‘crying outside Cara Delevingne’s house’
Margot Robbie has spoken out after reports of her ‘crying’ outside Cara Delevingne’s home.
The actress and model have been friends for a long time, and fans have recently become concerned for Cara’s well-being after rumors of her displaying ‘erratic’ behaviour.
Photographed in September, Barbie star Margot left the press and social media users speculating, as she claimed she was ‘upset’ as she left Cara’s house.
However, Margot has now clarified what really happened – and that she wasn’t at Kara’s house at all.
Speaking with Vanity Fair for her cover star interview, the Suicide Squad star recalled her distraught mother after paparazzi allegedly caught Margot ‘crying’ outside ‘Cara’s LA home’.
As the rumors swirled, all sorts of claims were made about Margot being worried about her co-star, who had also appeared distressed in previous weeks.
Setting the record straight, Margot said her mom wanted to know if she and Cara were okay.
‘I’m like, “First of all, yes and yes”,’ Margot fumes.
‘And secondly, I’m not at Cara’s house, I’m outside an Airbnb I was renting for five days! And I’m not crying!”,’ she added.
‘There was something in my eye. I’m trying to hold my face mask, trying to hold a cup of coffee, and I can’t get a hair out of my eye.’
So, that settles it!
Margot, who is Australian, also explained that the ‘public figure protection’ laws are different than in LA.
As a result, his family was chased down by photographers before him and found themselves in dire situations.
‘If my mom dies in a car accident because you want to take a picture of me going to the grocery store, or you run my nephew off a bike, for what? For a picture?’, he said.
‘It’s dangerous, but yet strangely nothing feels like it changes.’
In October, Margot and Cara went on vacation to Argentina, and were reportedly involved in an incident when a photographer was injured while trying to take pictures of them.
However, Margot is unable to comment due to ongoing legal issues, but revealed that she could have been ‘sad’ when it happened.
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