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Kristen Stewart Has a Bad Day at LAX: Curses Paps and Fans (watch!)

Kristen Stewart's return to LAX after a Hawaiian getaway with her gal pal Alicia Cargile did not go over well. She turned a darker shade of gray over pushy paparazzi and fans. (Photo: Getty)

Kristen Stewart’s return to LAX after a Hawaiian getaway with her gal pal Alicia Cargile did not go over well. She turned a darker shade of gray over pushy paparazzi and fans. (Photo: Getty)

Kristen Stewart snarled at paparazzi and fans on her return to Los Angeles in a hectic scene at LAX airport, even f-bombing fan who asked for an autograph. It must be hell to be as famous as Kristen and still fly commercial.

Kristen was traveling with her gal pal Alicia Cargile, so that may have made her a bit testier.

Plus she was returning from her Hawaiian getaway vacation, so the prospect of facing a horde of nasty photographers and screaming fans may have unnerved her.

Stewart was dressed in her characteristic skinny jeans, black coat, baseball cap and dark glasses. But she was unmistakable in the crowd.

The dogged fan was reportedly trying to get Kristen to autograph a “Twilight” photo of her and former flame Robert Pattinson. The agitated finally snapped: “Get the f_ck outta my face.”

As usual, the scene was videoed by a pap.

Some gossip sites speculated that Stewart may have been testy because of rumors, totally unsubstantiated at the moment, that she and Cargile are lovers. Still, they were recently photographed holding hands. But, hey, it’s still a rumor!

Of course, constantly getting peppered with questions about Pattinson must be getting old as well. Plus, she’s just too hip for the celebrity scene.

Stewart is currently promoting her latest film “Still Alice,” with co-star Julianne Moore.

Check out her confrontation below. Will the paps ever leave her alone? Let us know your thoughts and be sure to follow IM on Twitter for the latest Kristen Stewart News you can trust.


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