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The Drinking Games: Hollywood Bar Being Investigated for Allegedly Admitting Underage 'Hunger Games' Actor

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You'll be happy to hear that actor Alexander Ludwig has learned that once you get famous, it becomes a little harder to sneak into clubs.According to TMZ, the 19-year-old star of "The Hunger Games" -- he plays tribute Cato -- was seen leaving Hollywood's exclusive Sayers Club on Tuesday night at about 11:45. The club's liquor license, however, only allows them to let people ages 21 and over inside.

A spokesperson for the club told TMZ that once they realized Ludwig wasn't of age, he was asked to leave. Which is totally likely. No doubt they skip carding at the door in favor of regularly perusing the crowd inside to see if they can smoke out underage celebrities.

Anyway, the California Deptartment of Alcoholic Beverage Control allegedly told TMZ this morning that they've opened an investigation into the club, which is known for its incredibly strict door policy as far as non-famouses go.

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