VIDEO: Lena Dunham Recounts TSA Nightmare on SETH MEYERS
"Girls" star and creator Lena Dunham appeared on last night's Late Night with Seth Meyers on NBC and shared the story of how she was recently detained by TSA agents at LAX when the scanners detected a "weapon" in her purse at the security checkpoint.
"The only thing that got me out of it sane," the outspoken actress told host Meyers, "was thinking that this might be an OK talk-show story." Check out the appearance below!
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