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Jess Alba: Shocked by Kylie's 'barging' bodyguards

Published 17/09/2015

Jessica Alba
Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba was shocked when Kylie Jenner's bodyguards barged her out the way.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Jessica Alba thought she was caught up in an emergency when Kylie Jenner's minders "body checked" her.

Jessica was minding her own business at the Opening Ceremony New York Fashion Week show, when Kylie's team barrelled her out the way as she stopped to say hi to a friend.

"I got, like, body checked. Yeah, and it was, like, by two of them. I was like, 'Whoa, whoa! What’s happening?'" Jessica told Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live.

"I thought there was like a fire. Like, I was like, 'What's going on?' Um, but I guess someone was just leaving the building."

Onlookers at the stylish event said 18-year-old Kylie's bodyguards came out of nowhere, with the barging leaving Jessica, 34, visibly shocked.

"Everyone was in the crush and Jessica had stopped briefly to say hi to someone when all of a sudden from behind came Jenner's bodyguards. They just shoved Jessica out of the way. She just looked astonished!" an eyewitness told Page Six.

Jessica was quick to confirm the story.

"It was just really shocking," she said.

Kylie is yet to comment on the incident.

Luckily Opening Ceremony wasn't the only Fashion Week event Jessica sat front row at; she was spotted with husband Cash Warren at Narciso Rodriguez's Spring/Summer 16 presentation too. She also took in Tory Burch and Thakoon's shows, looking flawless at each event.

New York Fashion Week wraps up today, before moving across the pond to London tomorrow.

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