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Jake Gyllenhaal Confirms Bathroom Scuffle With Fan

March 14, 2011 (3:08 am) GMT
The 'Source Code' actor has admitted in person that he did get involved in an altercation in the men's room at the SXSW Film Festival, but his representative insists there was 'no drama'.
Jake Gyllenhaal

While promoting "" at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas on Friday, March 11, got involved in an altercation with a fan in the men's room. The Hollywood hunk confirmed the bathroom scuffle story to Entertainment Weekly the next day on Saturday, March 12.

When EW brought up rumors of his "rather heated scuffle" with a fan in the theater bathroom as the fan tried to take his picture at the urinal, the "" actor responded, "That's true." He added, "I think it's an appropriate space to keep privacy. I hope that people wouldn't disagree with me on that."

While Jake didn't go into details, his representative ruled out that the 30-year-old actor went physical with the fan during the incident. "There was no scuffle, it was an excited fan who tried to take his picture in the restroom," the rep explained to E!. "He asked the guy to please delete it and he did!" It was further stressed that there was "no drama".

In "Source Code", Jake stars as Captain Colter Stevens, a decorated airman who wakes up in the body of an unknown man. He stars opposite , and under the direction of helmer Duncan Jones. This techno-thriller film is scheduled for release in the U.S. on April 1.

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