Bradley Cooper said in a podcast that he was once stabbed to death on a subway in New York City.
The actor was on his way to pick up his daughter from school when a man approached him with a knife.
“I realized I had gotten too comfortable in the city. My guard was down,” Cooper said.
Bradley Cooper revealed on a podcast this week that he was once stabbed on a subway in New York City.
He told “Armchair expert” host Dax Shepard that in October 2019 he was on his way to the center to pick up his daughter, Lea, from Russian school when the event took place.
“I realized I was getting too comfortable in the city,” the “Hangover” actor said in Monday’s episode of the podcast. “My guard was down.”
It is unclear if Cooper was on a train or at a subway station when the incident occurred, but he said he was leaning against a pole as a stranger approached him.
“I felt like someone was coming up. I thought, ‘Oh, they want to take a picture or something. When I turned around, I was up against the post, like it was’ the French connection’ or some shit, and I turned around. “I looked down and I see a knife.”
Cooper said he had his headphones on all the time so he could not hear anything going on.
The actor said he was eventually able to run away through a station entrance.
“I’m just starting to book, just starting to run. I jumped over the counter, hiding around the white, tiled entrance to the subway [and] took out my phone, “Cooper remembered.
He said he then took pictures of the suspect and tracked down a couple of nearby police officers to report the incident.
When Cooper confirmed he was unharmed, he got back on the subway and picked up his daughter, he said.
“It was pretty insane,” Cooper said.
Cooper shares 4-year-old Lea with her ex, model Irina Shayk. The two divorced in 2019 after a four-year relationship, but still have their daughter together.
The “American Hustle” actress is currently starring in the new movie “Licorice Pizza” opposite Cooper Hoffman and Alana Haim. He will also appear in the new Guillermo Del Toro film “Nightmare Alley”, which premieres in theaters on December 17.
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