The Argentine paparazzo who broke his arm while running away from Cara Delevingne and Margot Robbie’s friends has published the photos he took of the group, moments before he was chased from the scene.
Delevingne, 30, and Robbie, 32, dined on Saturday night at the Buenos Aires restaurant owned by celebrity chef Francis Mallmann, in the atmospheric, working class district of La Boca.
They were accompanied by Robbie’s husband, British film producer Tom Ackerley, and two other filmmakers – Josey McNamara, producer of Robbie’s films Barbie and a new Ocean’s Eleven; and Jac Hopkins, a key grip.
Exclusive photos obtained by DailyMail.com, taken by photographer Pedro Alberto Orquera, show the group leaving the restaurant around 3am on Sunday.
Delevingne, in a green jacket, gets into the waiting orange Renault Sandero first, while Ackerley holds the door open.
Robbie, in a grey skirt suit and thick black pantyhose, gets into the car after Delevingne.
Cara Delevingne (left) and Margot Robbie (right) are pictured getting into an orange Renault at 3am on Sunday, as Robbie’s husband Tom Ackerley holds the door open for them
Photographer Pedro Alberto Orquera took the photos of the group as they left the Buenos Aires restaurant in the early hours of Sunday
Ackerley is seen with his arms around his wife Margot Robbie outside the celebrity restuarant
A woman in a red dress and beret looks on as the trio exits the hotspot
Ackerley puts his arm around his wife as they get into their Uber
The British film producer and Australian actress have been married since 2016
Photos showed British film producer Josey McNamara (left) and key grip Jac Hopkins (right) joined Delevingne, Robbie and Robbie’s husband for dinner on Saturday night
Orquera claims that McNamara and Hopkins became angry at his presence, and chased him away.
Surveillance camera footage shows Orquera running with people in pursuit, and then falling near an oncoming car.
The 61-year-old was taken to hospital with a broken arm, and McNamara and Hopkins questioned by Argentine police.
Orquera, who suffered several cuts and a broken arm after a fall, told Argentine outlet TN he was able to protect his equipment and the prized shots he’d taken, but at a considerable cost.
‘My life was saved by a miracle, I don’t know what would have happened if I fell head first to the ground, with the speed that those people chased after me,’ Orquera said.
‘They never took my material from me… when I fell to the ground [the camera] was smashed but I was able to save the material.’
The CCTV clip showed a man dressed in black running from a second man in a white top. The pursuer appears to kick his fleeing victim, causing him to lose balance and crash to the floor
Orquera was attacked after he was seen snapping pictures of Robbie and Delevingne as they exited the Patagonia Sur restaurant (pictured) early on Sunday morning
The actresses are understood to have finished a meal at the Patagonia Sur restaurant (pictured) in Buenos Aires before the incident
Josey McNamara, who produced Robbie’s new Barbie film, is seen arriving at the Buenos Aires restaurant on Saturday night to join Robbie and the group
Robbie is pictured entering the popular dining venue on Saturday night
Robbie is seen with her husband (in black t-shirt) and McNamara (in white t-shirt) outside the restaurant
Robbie and McNamara have worked together on several films, including her new Ocean’s Eleven film
Two filmmaker friends of Hollywood stars Margot Robbie and Cara Delevingne were spotted being led out of prison after being arrested for allegedly assaulting a paparazzo over the weekend
The pair had coats thrown over their heads to shield their faces, and were guided by the cops into a waiting car which whisked them away
Orquera was placed in a neck brace and stretchered to the nearby Argerich Hospital in the Argentine capital, where he remains following initial treatment and is awaiting surgery for his badly broken arm.
He told TN his arm was severely injured and it is unknown whether he will regain full use of the limb.
‘I have a cast on my right arm, my arm is very compromised and I don’t know if I’m going to lose it,’ he claimed.
A source told to TMZ, however, that Orquera was actually the aggressor, and that he rushed the actresses as they were climbing into an Uber.
TMZ reported that the driver put his foot on the accelerator in fright, while Robbie was only halfway into the car.
The source said Orquera continued to photograph the scene as Robbie lay on the ground after leaping from the moving car, and that he tripped and hurt himself after running off when McNamara and Hopkins moved in to help.
Cara Delevingne (left) and Margot Robbie (right) pictured together at the Samsung Experience at San Diego Comic-Con in 2016
Hopkins and McNamara were arrested after allegedly assaulting photographer Pedro Alberto Orquera when they spotted him taking snaps of Robbie and Delevingne while eating at a celebrity restaurant in Buenos Aires in the early hours of Sunday morning
The pair reportedly chased Orquera down outside the restaurant
The Buenos Aires police station where Josey McNamara and Jac Hopkins spent the night after allegedly assaulting a photographer on Sunday morning
Josey McNamara and Margot Robbie are pictured at the Oscars in Los Angeles in April last year
A police report seen by The Sun shows that McNamara and Hopkins told officers that Orquera was ‘responsible for his own injuries’ because the two actresses had not given consent to be pictured.
Orquera is planning to file a lawsuit, alleging that the injuries he sustained will prevent him from being able to work.
‘The most unfortunate thing [about the attack] is that it leaves me immobile, unable to work or move,’ Orquera said.
‘I am no longer going to be able to do any work and I don’t know if I am going to get my arm back the way it should be.’
Margot Robbie was spotted on the verge of tears as she left a West Hollywood home in September just hours after meeting with Cara Delevingne in Los Angeles. It comes amid rumors that Delevingne is experiencing health concerns following a series of absences from large events and erratic behavior
Delevingne and Robbie became friends in 2016 when they worked on the DC comic-inspired Suicide Squad film.
Robbie played Harley Quinn, while Delevingne played a character named Enchantress.
The pair had travelled to Argentina after attending Paris fashion week events early last week, and Robbie was spotted in Argentina on Friday, stopping to take pictures with some fans.
The attack on Orquera comes less than a month after Robbie was pictured leaving Delevingne’s West Hollywood home seemingly in tears, amid rumors that the British supermodel was struggling with health concerns.
Delevingne failed to show up to the launch of her fashion collection honoring late designer Karl Lagerfeld, which was held at chic restaurant Saga in the New York City’s Financial District in early September.
Nor was Delevingne present at the Emmy Awards on September 13, where her cast mates in the series Only Murders in the Building were nominated for a series of awards.
A source close to the Delevingne family told The Sun that the star was struggling and had been ‘burning the candle at both ends’ as of late.
She was, however, in Paris on September 27 for the launch of the Lagerfeld collaboration.