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Video: Robert Pattinson Shoves Security Guard Outside Troubadour

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Last night, Robert Pattinson hit up the Troubadour in West Hollywood where Bobby Long was performing. It looks like Pattinson was having fun—right up until he tried to leave.

On video, Pattinson looks disoriented and, frankly, a little sloppy facing a dizzying swarm of paparazzi and their flashing cameras as he tried to make his way to the SUV awaiting him. It's a little hard to see, but the video from TMZ shows him shoving a guy in the face.

The man, apparently a security guard, says Pattinson thought he was a photog and adds: "He grabbed me on my face." The guard picks up his glasses and puts them back on, while the crowd of paparazzi shouts at Pattinson and ask him why he shoved an "innocent security guard."