Jennifer Lawrence ran away from a signing session in New York City after fans knocked down a barricade in front of her.
The Hunger Games star stopped to greet fans and sign autographs outside the Ed Sullivan Theater here following her appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman on Wednesday night.
However, her appearance at the event was cut short after a barrier fell down under pressure from fans, prompting Lawrence's security guards to whisk the actress away, reports contactmusic.com.
In one of the video clips posted online, the actress is seen running to the safety of a car with her bodyguards by her side.
Earlier, she visited Letterman's show and revealed that while she sings in the newest Hunger Games installment, Mockingjay, Part 1, she's not comfortable with singing in public. In fact, she's mortified by the idea, People.com reported.
"I do not like singing in front of other people. It's like my biggest fear," Lawrence said. "I cried on set that day and apparently I'm crying all the time. That was awful. I'm like, scarred from my childhood because I have a Southern mother who would just tell me that I was amazing at everything, that I could do everything. But, I can't."