Actress MILA KUNIS once "freaked out" when she was forced to take the bus to the set of THAT '70S SHOW after her father confiscated her car keys.
The Black Swan star found fame as a teenager on the hit U.S. sitcom, and lived with her parents for the duration of her TV stint.
Kunis was still subject to discipline at home despite her Hollywood success - and after one heated argument her dad refused to let her use her car.
She tells Britain's Celebs on Sunday magazine, "I was living with my parents when I was working on That '70s Show and one time I got into a fight with my dad and he threatened to take my car keys away.
"I woke up the next morning to go to the set and my keys were gone and there was bus fare and a note saying: 'Good luck'. I freaked out as I had never taken the bus before and I had no idea how to do it."
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