People, Mar. 20, 1972

What is it like to be Jacqueline Onassis? One aspect of the answer has emerged from the Manhattan court hearing of the cross-suits between her and Photographer Ronald E. Galella (he wants $1.3 million for her "interference" with his self-created job of photographing her, and she wants an injunction to keep him 100 yds. away from her). In direct examination, Jackie told of sneaking out back doors and down dark streets in futile attempts to avoid Galella's "harassing" maneuvers—"grunting" and "lunging" with his camera, "flicking" her on the shoulders with his camera strap, bumping into her while shooting closeups on the...

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