Bella Hadid accused of treating non-A-listers like 'second-class citizens'

Bella Hadid has been accused of treating lesser-known people and non-A-listers as 'second-class citizens' following an alleged altercation between the supermodel's security team and a Russian influencer, RadarOnline.com has learned.

Polina Nioly Pushkarevaa model and social media coach, claimed Hadid's bodyguards pushed her and damaged her dress on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival.

“It's your most important day and you're wearing your first ever couture dress on the Cannes red carpet,” Pushkareva wrote in a video on Instagram and TikTok. “You're standing in line for the car in your hotel for the carpet. And Bella Hadid's bodyguards are yelling 'MOVE' at everyone, pushing you aside and stepping on your dress so it tears off.”

In the caption, Pushkareva added: “Bella is incredible, she has a very good vibe, but this idea that celebrities are more important than others is insane. Other people ALSO spend money on their outfits, have a team of 20 people, give money They also have stress, but celebrities still find it more important that they walk on the red carpet.”

“Every time I shoot in public places with my team, I always apologize to everyone for bothering them. Of course, we don't try to put pressure on anyone because what we do does NOT mean it's everyone's problem and that people should stop I do their things for you You can see me smiling awkwardly because I know hundreds of cameras are seeing this situation I told her bodyguard that he damaged my dress and he said: 'but you understand the situation.'

In response to the clip, commentators wrote that Hadid's team was “disrespectful” and “super uncool” and accused them of treating Pushkareva like a “second-class citizen.” The daily email.

“I'm sorry this happened to you,” one user responded. “Famous or not, people should treat others with respect and unfortunately some security teams miss that memo.”

“Cancel celebrity culture,” said another.

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“We stay in the same hotel with these celebrities. We pay the same prices for rooms. We also have cars, we also have a huge team. I also pay for my outfit,” Pushkareva added on her Instagram story.

“What the hell makes you believe that you have more rights or some priority rights to use the areas of the hotel where we are both staying?”

RadarOnline.com has reached out to Bella's team for comment.

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