“Heroes” hottie Hayden Panettiere gave her good-girl image a break while in Hawaii over the weekend. According to Us Weekly, the 19-year-old caused a commotion and lashed out at reporters during a red carpet walk.
“Back up!” Panettiere shouted at photographers after she arrived at a fundraising event for the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific Foundation. Then, when a reporter reached out to the actress in an effort to get an interview, she allegedly shot back, “Don’t you ever touch me!”
Panettiere was said to continue the un-Claire Bennett-like behavior, eventually refusing to speak with any members of the media and announcing, “You all make my life miserable.”
Ah, teen tantrums. They’re not just for non-celebs.
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