Entourage star Jeremy Piven has denied he once left a DVD of the show as a tip in a restaurant – insisting the rumour was completely made up.
Last year, a New York gossip columnist reported that the actor had been banned from the exclusive Nobu restaurant in Aspen, Colorado after leaving the first season of Entourage on the table as a tip following a meal.
But Piven insists that the incident never happened.
He said: “That’s a good one. I don’t even have a DVD of Entourage. The idea I would bring it with me and use it as a tip – these are creative people and they put some time and some energy into this. I think these are wasted talents.”
Piven has also denied claims that he often demands extra goodie bags at celebrity events – admitting that when he does go home with free products, he gives it straight to his family.
He added: “I have two nieces, Lily Rose and Pearl, who are insanely talented angels. I might want to grab something for them, but I don’t know if I would want a blinged-out pink phone.”
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