Arquette removed from Prince show

David Arquette
David Arquette

DAVID Arquette was thrown out of a recent Prince concert.

The 'Scream 4' actor got into an altercation with security at one of the 'Purple Rain' singer's 'Welcome 2 America' shows at Los Angeles Forum after a young boy flouted the singer's no photography rule - just after Prince had told the crowd they were allowed to take a picture.

David said: "Prince was like, 'Alright, I'm about to play my hits, so get out your phones'. I didn't take anymore pictures but the kid next to me was taking pictures and I still had my phone in my hand.

"Security came to take this kid away and they said, 'You gotta get rid of all those pictures on your phone.' I said, 'Prince just said we could take the pictures.' And so I got kicked out of the Prince show."

David isn't the only star to run into trouble at one of Prince's concert.

Kim Kardashian was kicked off stage at Madison Square Garden in New York City by the legendary musician shortly after inviting her up to dance because she was so nervous.

She tweeted at the time: "OMG Prince just pulled me up on stage!!! I'm shaking!!!!

"I was so nervous I froze when Prince touched me!!!! (sic)

"Went up on stage AGAIN! This time I redeemed myself! We all danced while Prince played the piano! Wow! What a night! (sic)"

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