Amanda Seyfried

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If Amanda Seyfried wanted to "Fly the Friendly Skies," she should have gone with United Airlines.

The actress reportedly threw a fit after landing at Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday. "How the f--k did you know I'd be on this flight?" the movie star asked fans and paparazzi waiting at her gate, according to The New York Daily News. The Ted 2 star allegedly shouted, "I hate American Airlines!"

Seyfried allegedly continued to vent her frustrations, yelling, "They always tip people off on where celebrities are going to be...Their customer service is so poor. They don't even have a greeter for me."

She later tweeted, "Quiz: Which airline hires sweaty robot photographers to stalk their passengers? #businessasusual."

Whether an American Airlines employee leaked Seyfried's travel itinerary remains to be seen, but a company rep explains, "As a rule, our employees are not allowed to share any passenger information."

Seyfried was in much better spirits when she arrived at Incheon International Airport in South Korea on Dec. 3, 2013. The star, 28, was greeted by 150 admirers who welcomed her with a birthday song. The Lovelace star received a number of handmade cards, and she shared her fans' artwork via Twitter.

Nearly a year ago, Seyfried was mistaken for her Mean Girls costar Lindsay Lohan. "I just got mistaken for a Ms. Lohan at Newark Airport," the 27-year-old Les Misérables actress told her Twitter followers.

Movie exec Sarah Schechter jokingly told the star, "I do that all the time when I see you," and Seyfried replied, "I get it." Schechter then said the "bigger mistake" was flying out of Newark airport, and the Million Ways to Die in the West star agreed, tweeting, "I couldn't agree with you more at this moment."

Fingers crossed Seyfried's next trip is less turbulent.

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