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American actress Katherine Heigl and Scottish actor Gerard Butler reportedly feared for their lives amid a bomb scare at a Los Angeles hotel on July 18.


London, July 20 : American actress Katherine Heigl and Scottish actor Gerard Butler reportedly feared for their lives amid a bomb scare at a Los Angeles hotel on July 18.

The two were inside the Four Seasons Hotel to promote their upcoming film 'The Ugly Truth' when they were forced to evacuate, along with 400 other guests, reports the Daily Express.

According to People magazine, both stars had to wait outside the luxury complex, while police investigated the premises after a phone call warned of a nearby bomb.

The hotel was thoroughly searched for unattended packages or luggage, and when nothing was found, it was reopened two hours later.

ANI

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