After RadarOnline.com reported on Friday that Jodie Foster had been accused of battery by a 17-year-old boy, a rep for the actress tells People that the boy was "most definitely a professional paparazzo" who was harassing Foster and her family.
According to the police report, the incident happened May 29 at the Los Angeles shopping center The Grove: "Vict while at The Grove saw susp and began taking pics of susp with his camera then walked to the valet area of The Grove. Susp followed vict, poked him on his chest, grabbed vict by his left arm causing visible injury."
The 17-year-old's father told RadarOnline.com, "My son was at The Grove with his girlfriend and they were going to see a movie. He saw Jodie Foster and is a big fan so went over and took a picture of her.
"She came after him, poked him in the chest and said, 'Do you even have a mother you slime ball?'"
Foster's rep, however, says the police report is a complete "fabrication" of what happened. "He had a large camera bag and 100mm telephoto lens. He tailed Jodie and followed her all the way from the move theater to the valet.
"He crowded her and her two young children and took photos of them the whole time," says the rep, adding that the actress then asked him to stop.