A shocking video of Gisele Bündchen will make you sick to your stomach

Gisele Bündchen is the ex-wife of legendary NFL quarterback Tom Brady.

But Bündchen is a celebrity in her own right.

A shocking video of Gisele Bündchen will make you sick to your stomach.

Police body cam footage shows an emotional Bündchen 

A police officer in Surfside, Florida, pulled over Bündchen for driving erratically.

The officer immediately recognized Bündchen, who grew emotional, saying she was only swerving all over the road to avoid a paparazzi photographer who had been trailing her since Miami.

“I was just trying to stay [away] from that guy,” Bündchen told the officer as she broke into tears.

The officer said he would let Bündchen off with a warning, but that he couldn’t do anything about the paparazzi since he began following her in Miami.

“Yeah, but he’s, like, stalking me,” Bündchen responded.

The officer told her she could file a police report in Miami Beach if she wanted to take action.

This caused Bündchen to express her frustration with having the tabloids follow her every move.

“I’m so tired,” Bündchen told the police officer. “Everywhere I go I have these f***ing guys after me. Nothing protects me. I can’t do nothing. I just want to live my life.”

The cop told the famed super model that his hands were tired.

“I can’t prevent them from doing their job, which is to take pictures,” the officer told Bündchen.

“I don’t know how that’s allowed,” Bündchen replied.

Paparazzi encounters turn deadly

Normally, paparazzi are the nuisance celebrities deal with in exchange for a life of wealth and fame.

Photographers stalk their every move in the hopes of snapping the photo they can sell to supermarket checkout line tabloids.

But it’s not always just a mere annoyance.

Encounters on the road with paparazzi – like the one Bündchen experienced – can turn deadly.

In 1997, Princess Di and her boyfriend Dodi Al-fayed died in a car crash in a tunnel as the paparazzi engaged the couple in a high-speed chase through the streets of Paris.

Bündchen can consider herself lucky all she got for her trouble was a warning for erratic driving.

The paparazzi don’t respect personal space or privacy.

Their job is to get that picture no matter what.

And, as long as they maintain their distance, celebrities are forced to deal with the unfortunate fact of life that these photographers can hound them everywhere they go.

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