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Terrified Courtney Love Gets Trapped in Uber Car, Calls It 'Scariest Day of My Life'

Playing Terrified Courtney Love Gets Trapped in Uber Car, Calls It 'Scariest Day of My Life'

Courtney Love was trapped as protesters banged on her car in Paris.

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Angry French taxi drivers rioted against Uber drivers, setting cars on fire, attacking police, and disrupting traffic for miles.

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Love tweeted: “I’m safer in Baghdad." Her car window was smashed and called it, "The scariest day of my life." 

 

scariest day of my life, ambushed at the airport in Paris by taxi drivers on strike against @uber got taken hostage and our car was destroyed

A photo posted by Courtney Love Cobain (@courtneylove) on Jun 25, 2015 at 4:43am PDT

She finally got free, by catching a ride from two motorcyclists who came to her rescue: “We got out after being held hostage for an hour thanks to these two guys. I want to go home."

 

we got out after being held hostage for an hour thanks to these two guys. I'm scared out of my wits. Mr. François Hollande president or libertine? I can't believe this really just happened. love French people but your government blows #happytobealive #parisuberstrike wtf??

A photo posted by Courtney Love Cobain (@courtneylove) on Jun 25, 2015 at 5:51am PDT

 

 

how on earth are these people allowed to do this? the first car was destroyed, all tires slashed and beat with bats, these guys trying to open the doors and the cops are doing nothing?? French Taliban? civil reform needed in France?? I want to go home

A video posted by Courtney Love Cobain (@courtneylove) on Jun 25, 2015 at 5:19am PDT

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