Amanda Seyfried accidentally smuggles Swiss Army knife onto plane, tweets to TSA

The "Les Miserables" star called out TSA on Twitter for letting her inside a plane with a pocket knife.

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Amanda Seyfried took to Twitter Friday to call out TSA over a minor flaw.

"Dear TSA: This Swiss Army knife wasn't detected through security and I unknowingly carried it on board. Scary!" Seyfried, 28, tweeted along with a picture of the knife in question.


This isn't the first time the Mean Girls star has complained on Twitter about the disadvantages of traveling.

In February, Seyfried called out American Airlines on the social media site for allegedly tipping paparazzi about celebrities who fly with them.

"Quiz: Which airline hires sweat robot photographers to stalk their passengers? #businessasusual," the actress tweeted.

Seyfried reportedly told reporters waiting at for her at the gate that she "hated" American Airlines.

"How the [expletive] did you know I'd be on this flight?" she said. "I hate American Airlines! They always tip people off where celebrities are going to be."

[Us Weekly]

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