Nicole Kidman is expected to press charges against a paparazzo who knocked her to the ground while he was cycling towards her reportedly trying to take a photograph.
Nicole Kidman will reportedly press charges against the paparazzo who crashed into her on his bicycle.
The freelance photographer Carl Wu knocked the 46-year-old actress to the ground in the collision outside the Carlyle Hotel where she was returning to during New York Fashion Week yesterday (12.09.13).
According to TMZ, the paparazzo - who was trying to take a photograph of the star - attempted to brake as he got close to her, but they failed and he slammed into Nicole, sending her to the ground.
A source told the gossip website she had no visible injuries but intended to press charges - and although he was given a ticket for riding his bike on the pavement, Carl was not arrested for a criminal offense.
A policeman was reportedly heard saying: ''An accident's an accident.''
An insider added to UsMagazine.com: ''She looked hurt, but there wasn't any blood.
''She put her shoes back on and ran into the Carlyle.''
Carl has had run-ins with several celebrities in the past - he allegedly behaved recklessly trying to take a photograph of Lady GaGa in 2010.
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