The model launched into a tirade on Twitter last night

Cara Delevingne may have made her name by being photographed, but the model turned actress is not overly happy with the attention.

Delevingne, who has been in town for London Fashion Week where she attended the Burberry Prorsum show on Monday, launched an attack on paparazzi on her Twitter account last night.

"The paparazzi only get worse! I am not complaining but I just find it sad that I can't live in my own city because for that reason."

"If only I could make you feel the way you make me feel, I just hope that outside of this, you are able to feel empathy for others." Delevingne argued.

"I refuse to let these grown men treat people like objects with no feelings and get away with it, I will never be silent." she continued.

Delevingne who was due to make an appearance in Milan this morning alongside fellow model Kate Moss to promote their roles as the face of high street retailer Mango, also took aim at the Italian press:

"Also to the guys in Milan! I only cover my face when you are rude to me, please do not make me feel like a zoo animal."




Fellow social media users were quick to point out the public nature of Delevingne's career to which she responded.

"It's part of my job but there should be a line. No one should be made to feel like that."

She ended the rant on a more humorous note: