NY Daily News
The dreamboat actor was barely grazed, a representative told the Daily News.
Robert Pattinson on location for "Remember Me" on the streets of Manhattan on June 15, 2009.
The London-born model and actor - a tween phenom for his portrayal of romantic 108-year-old vampire Edward Cullen in "Twilight" - had been inside filming his new movie "Remember Me."
Trying to duck a crowd of screaming teen girls waiting on the rainy sidewalk, he ran across the street for his trailer when a taxi grazed his hip, RadarOnline said.
Pattinson reportedly stood still for a moment, appearing stunned, as a bodyguard yelled at the girls: "You see what you did, you almost killed him!"
"The reports are exaggerated," said Vivian Mayer, a spokeswoman for the film production company.
"It was not caused by his fans. Production continues."
The new film co-stars Emilie de Ravin, the Australian actress who plays Claire on "Lost."
Pattinson, who was just dubbed "Most Handsome Man in the World" by a landslide vote in a Vanity Fair online poll, has been mobbed all over town during filming.
Fans using Twitter to pinpoint his location swarmed him Monday. He had to be rescued by bodyguards who pulled girls off him.
The situation is so dire that teen fan magazine J-14 launched an online petition Thursday to "protect Rob Pattinson!"
"We know, we wish we could spend every moment with Rob - and knowing where he is at all times definitely makes it feel that way. But there is a point where it goes too far," the magazine said.
"Let's all bond together to protect Rob."