I hadn't even noticed that her window wasn't up. Now I'm even more convinced that her story is a crock! And she doesn't really look scared at all...just agitated.I don't believe her at all. And I have a 6 month old. She knows what kind of hoopla follows her every waking moment. She KNOWS that just going to starbucks is going to be a big event. Are we really to believe that there were no paparazzi around when they pulled up. None when she reached around and took her son out of his seat (which is very hard to do from the front in a rear facing carseat) None when she put him on his lap, and then BAM! They started swarming around her acting in a frightening manner, so the second the bodyguard got back she sped off *coughBScough* Apparently, they cleared the F out of the way real quick, cuz there are none buslting all around her in the photos. If it were so bad why did'nt she at the very least pass the boy off to the bodyguard. Were the Paparazzi IN THE CAR? No. They were safe in the car, no one was going to bust through and attack them. She could have taken the time to lock the doors, roll up the windows and put the boy back into his seat the same way she took him out. She wasn't even scared enough to roll her window up. Please.
Blaming the paparazzi has become an easy exscuse for dumb celebs to use every time they get caught doing something stupid... Girl needs to start sending someone to fetch her coffee if she is that fearful for her baby. Or making it at home