Scarlett Johansson and her daughter were "pursued dangerously and stalked" when heading to their hotel after her Jimmy Kimmel Live taping session Monday night.
The actor recounted the incident to USA Today, saying, that her car was followed by "five cars full of men with blacked-out windows who were running red lights and putting other drivers and pedestrians at risk so they could follow me to find out where I was staying and subsequently stalk me and my young daughter for the duration of my stay."
Unfortunately, Scarlett added that, "all of this is perfectly legal."
The Avengers star was forced to stop at a police station in LA for protection, though she made it home safe, she issued a statement regarding the horrifying incident.
"I felt it was my duty as a concerned citizen who was being pursued dangerously and stalked to go to the local precinct and seek guidance there," said Johansson, urging others who feel similarly threatened to do the same.
"Women across the US are stalked, harassed and frightened and a universal law to address stalking must be at the forefront of law enforcement conversations. Until paparazzi are considered by the law for the criminal stalkers they are, it’s just a waiting game before another person gets seriously injured or killed, like Princess Diana."