Carol Vorderman has thanked her ‘supportive’ fans after she shared an emotional video detailing an incident with the paparazzi outside her home.
The former Countdown presenter was in tears on social media yesterday as she reported how two photographers ‘harassed her’ as she left her Bristol house to travel to Cardiff to do her radio show for BBC Radio Wales.
Giving an update on how’s she’s been coping, Carol vowed that she ‘won’t be bullied’.
‘Morning lovelies hope you slept well,’ Carol began. ‘Thank you for being so supportive.
‘In the great scheme of life & what’s going on in the world what happened yesterday is tiny BUT it’s after decades of abuse & nonsense.
‘More activity here today with the authorities. I won’t be bullied.’
Yesterday, Carol described herself as having been ‘scared’ by the incident and implored the papers who might buy the photos from the paparazzi in question not to use the photos because that would ‘merely perpetuate their income and they will harass me more’.
‘So when I walked outside of my front door this morning I was greeted by two not nice paparazzi….who had turned up at the BBC last week and I went in by a side door to avoid them, so they decided to harass me at home instead,’ Carol said in her first tweet about the incident.
Carol looked visibly distressed in the video following the incident and explained she would be making it a police matter.
‘I will report the two paparazzi to the police later,’ she wrote. ‘I don’t expect they will be able to do anything (not their fault and they have bigger things to think about) but at least then it’s logged.
‘Meanwhile….chin up and thank you for yr kind messages. They mean a lot.’
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