Jodie Marsh accuses paparazzo of ruining her wedding, honeymoon

Published Friday, Sep 4 2015, 16:54 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Jodie Marsh has accused a female paparazzo of "ruining" her wedding to James Placido last week and annoying them on their honeymoon.

The model-turned-documentary maker tied the knot with close friend James in a secret, private beach ceremony in Barbados in August, announcing the marriage only after it happened.

But now, the star has claimed her big day was wrecked by the persistence of a female photographer who refused to leave the newlyweds alone.

Jodie Marsh's wedding to James Placido
August 2015

© Twitter / @jodiemarsh

Jodie has put plenty of images on social media herself.

In a string of tweets posted today, Jodie said: "I'm putting out pictures on here all day for FREE so they don't have to spend all day hounding me. Yet there's this one woman pig of a pap who ruined our wedding & is still now hounding me in my face every day.

"We all appealed to her on our wedding day to give us some privacy & begged her to stop taking pictures through my bedroom window. She was told I was crying as she was ruining my wedding & she said "I don't care, I'm not moving"...

"And now she's taken to hiring out boats to take pictures of me & James on the beach."

Jodie went on to say that there were "far more interesting and intimate" pictures on her Instagram account than anything the photographer would get from the beach.

"Give it up and stop ruining my honeymoon!"

Jodie and James shocked fans last week by revealing they'd married in secret in the Caribbean: none of us even knew they had been dating!

In an open letter to friends, Jodie later explained why they had chosen to keep the nuptials private:

"To all my friends: you mostly know this man as Drogo, to me he is the most perfect man that ever lived. I'm so sorry I kept our wedding secret from you all, the reason we did is this:

"We love each other so much and we wanted to get married for US, not for anyone else. We didn't want a big fancy do, nor did we want a fuss or any attention. We wanted a simple, intimate, beautiful ceremony. We didn't want paparazzi ruining the day (they nearly did and we have hilarious stories to tell you another time about our efforts to outwit them), nor did we want our wedding to be a circus."

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