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Earlier, Megan Fox compared 'Transformers' director Michael Bay to Hitler in an interview. What seemed to be seemingly casual comparison, turned out to be costly affair to the star, dropping her image in Hollywood and dropping her out of the upcoming movie 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon'.
However, Micheal Bay is now backing his statement saying that though he was not completely offended by Megan Fox's statement, he fired her because Steven Spielberg said so. He also mentioned about Megan Fox being lost in her own world, focused constantly on her Blackberry. Micheal went a step further and apologised (rather sarcastically) to Megan by stating that he made her work for longer durations and expected her to reach the sets on time.
Adding to the allegations, Megan Fox's 'Transformers' co-star Shia LaBeouf said that she went too far by calling the director names. He felt this was kiddish behaviour by Megan.
Megan Fox has now been replaced with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in the movie 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon'.