Rep Says Gun In Pippa Middleton Photo Is A 'Toy'
The British media has been after Pippa Middleton after she was a passenger in a friend's car in Paris on Saturday, and the driver of the vehicle was caught on camera brandishing a gun.
However, a representative for Pippa's fashion designer pal says that the weapon was a toy, and that the pair was playing "a game" with the hounding paparazzi. He told the Associated Press that the photographers knew the weapon was a fake.
Illegal use of a handgun is punishable by up to seven years in jail "for all parties involved." A fake weapon could net the group two years behind bars - however, no one has come forward with charges, so the police have not investigated.
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