Selena Gomez Blames Paparazzi for Weekend Car Accident

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Oopsies! Selena Gomez found herself in some trouble this weekend... And for the first time it's not because of Justin Bieber.

This time the newly-turned 22-year-old is blaming the paparazzi.

After running errands with some girlfriends in Studio City on Sunday, SelGo got into a minor fender bender.  As she was backing out of a parking spot, her SUV collided with the car parked next to her... And the "Come and Get It" songstress is accusing the paps for the accident.

She took to Twitter to explain her side of the story to her 21 million followers:  

Anyone sensing some sarcasm out of the normally sweet, little Gomez?!

Luckily no one was injured in the accident, and Selena went about her day as normal.  In fact, the brunette beauty looked absolutely stunning, rocking her natural curls and an adorable floral frock.

Of course SelGo isn't the first celeb to blame the paparazzi for an accident.  Kim Kardashian called the police a few weeks ago to report the paps for reckless driving, and interestingly enough, a few weeks before that Justin Bieber found himself in a minor accident while trying to escape photogs in Beverly Hills.

 

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  • David B Conway
    David B Conway

    i just remember tonight , when , i was on the old fan,site ,i did read some way about walt disney and the fan,site of teen infonet .net just gave me a notice,s about the question of , david was not harm,les person and we know about david very well , but they did say just about fan,s they do,nt know him at all , and walt disney company , is thinking about , why i did i come on they there fan,site ,as well right now , and my comment to them now , how can , i apologize,s to the fan,s if they do,nt what them on the fan,site ,, but why word i what to leave the internet , selena gomez she does,nt have no control who what,s to be on the internet , david conway