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Whoever says Michael Fassbender doesn't know how to party is dangerously mistaken.
The German-born actor was photographed having every type of fun in the book—jamming on the piano, dipping Keira Knightley, waltzing with Viggo Mortensen—at GQ Magazine's London premiere afterparty for A Dangerous Method, in which he plays pioneering psychoanalyst Carl Jung.
And from the looks of it, Fassbender needed a little time on the couch today to recover...
Reps for Fassbender and the film's studio haven't yet responded to requests for comment on The Sun's report that security asked the currently ubiquitous actor to leave after he got a little too rowdy and then—for shame!—lit a cigarette indoors.
But it turns out that GQ editor Olivia Cole shot down the story on Twitter.
"Dear Gordon Smart of
#thesun your story about michael fassbender at GQ's party on Tuesday is complete fiction. *checkyourfacts* We were glad he was there and no one was asked to leave early, but hey, feel free to just make it up #thatsnotjouranalismitscreativewriting"
Fassbender did depart from the Mayfair-area restaurant via piggyback, perhaps trusting that his mate's legs were a little sturdier than his own.