Nikki Catsouras is a photographer with the New York Times, and her photos have been featured in many outlets including People, Marie Claire, Esquire, and Cosmopolitan.

Her photos have also been featured on Esquire.

Catsouris says she’s worried she won’t be able to go to Europe to film her new book, titled, “The Man Who Sold the World: Nikki Catansouras and the Birth of a New Icon,” because of the way she’s being treated by authorities.

She said she’s had people tell her she should not even have been allowed into the country.

“They were very angry,” Catsoures said.

“It was like, ‘Oh, you’re not allowed to be in this country?'”

Catsours told the AP she’s been told she shouldn’t be allowed to leave the country because of her photo and she’s already been told that by other people in the country as well.

She was also told she should take a photo with a person who’s already there, but Catsour says she refuses to do that.

Catsours book will feature interviews with people who’ve witnessed what happened to her.

The photos were taken in Paris, where she and her photographer were both working on a book project, and are the subject of her upcoming book.

Catsoulas says she was taken from a bus to a police station by people who claimed to be from the local intelligence agency.

She says she and the photographer are now in hiding, because she fears for her safety.

Catsouringas is one of many people who have been arrested by French authorities.

In France, a person can be jailed for up to 10 years if they are suspected of committing a crime.

Catsoutours lawyer said she was asked to leave France when she tried to return to the country and has not yet received a reply.

“She’s just been told I’m no longer welcome here,” Catsoutis lawyer, Philippe Pouzet, told the Associated Press.

“I don’t know how to explain to her what is happening here in the world.

It’s not nice.”

Pouzzet said he is trying to get Catsourys passport back.

The author is also facing a defamation suit, because he’s been accused of libel.

A court is scheduled to hear the case on Friday.