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'I am not famous anymore!' Shia LaBeouf wears paper bag on his head, walks out of ‘Nymphomaniac’ presser

NY Daily News

Shia LaBeouf inexplicably stormed out of a Berlin press conference for his new film "Nymphomaniac" on Sunday, after answering only one question.
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Published: on February 10, 2014

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Shia LaBeouf wears paper bag on his head at premiere

Shia LaBeouf struggles with fame as he walks out of press conference and wears a bag on his head

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