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Kiefer Victim Brings Nose Bandage Into Style



    Kiefer Victim Brings Nose Bandage Into Style
    Designer Jack McCollough is seen in SoHo sporting a bandage over his injured nose on Friday afternoon.

    The fashion designer allegedly on the receiving end of a Kiefer Sutherland headbutt this week showed off his new look this afternoon.

    Jack McCollough sported a bandaged nose as he emerged out of a studio on Broadway and Broome Street this afternoon and was greeted by army of paparazzi. Cops say the flesh-colored nose-covering came courtesy of Kiefer's meltdown at a swanky Manhattan after-party Tuesday night.

    McCollough left the studio walking behind two friends, and the trio hustled into a waiting black SUV. When asked how he felt and whether he'd press charges, he said nothing.

    The 42-year-old Sutherland, no stranger to alcohol-fueled hi-jinks, was charged with misdemeanor assault Thursday after allegedly headbutting McCollough at SoHo's trendy SubMercer early Wednesday morning, a few hours after the Met's black-tie Costume Institute gala.

    McCollough claimed the "24" star attacked him after an argument at the after-party. Investigators said they planned to interview actress Brooke Shields, who also was reportedly at the center of the dispute. McCollough had bumped into Shields Tuesday night, prompting Sutherland to channel his tough guy alter-ego Jack Bauer, according to reports.

    It's not clear if this week's incident will affect the probation Sutherland is currently serving for a 2007 DUI arrest.