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Cara Delevingne's annoying handstands

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Cara Delevingne's annoying handstands

Cara Delevingne annoyed her former neighbours by doing handstands in her apartment.

The mischievous actress recalled how the cast of 'Paper Towns' - Natt Wolf (Quentin), Halston Sage (Lacey), Austin Abrahms (Ben) and Justice Smith (Radar) - passed the time in the remote town of Charlotte, in North Carolina, during six weeks of filming there and revealed that she has received some "serious aggression" for being a noisy neighbour.

She said: "We made it so exciting. We had so much fun. We lived in an apartment building and I think we were terrorising the people that lived there, we ran around ringing doorbells and got a couple of complaints. I actually have people living below me and I do a couple of handstands in my apartment all the time. But they would get so angry and like slam things against the ceiling and get very aggressive. I bought a lot of random things there, a hot dog out fit to surprise people with."

Meanwhile, Cara - who played rebellious teenager Margo Roth Spiegelman - stayed in an American accent even when not filming, which annoyed her family.

The 22-year-old model told TV chat show 'Lorraine': "Even when I had breaks and I went in Charlotte for Thanksgiving I still stuck with it, when I spoke to my parents, my friends, they were like 'Can you please stop' and I said (in an accent), 'I'm sorry, I can't, it's what I do.' I stay in it and it comes and goes. It's kind of weird."