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Paparazzo curses at Suri in disturbing video

2013-07-12 13:32
 
New York - Celebutot Suri Cruise was verbally abused by a photo hungry paparazzo wanting to take photos of the youngster.

The seven-year-old was called a "brat" and a "bitch" by a paparazzo while trying to get through a horde of shutterbugs and autograph seekers with her mother, Katie Holmes, and a friend by her side.

Clearly irritated by the big crowd, the youngster shouts "stop it!" and "get out of the way!" while trying to get in a car waiting to pick her up.

Suri’s pleads seems to have annoyed one of the "adults" in the crowd who lashed out at the little girl.

The man is heard shouting curse words at Holmes’ young daughter.

In the video the voice of another man is heard who admonishes the name-caller, stating that Suri is just a kid and "if you are a father bro, it's a whole different thing".

Check out the video below.

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