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Lauren Boebert Admits ‘Causing A Disturbance’ With Male Companion

Lauren Boebert sits for interview | via Fox News
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Colorado Republican Representative Lauren Boebert acknowledged that she was thrown out during the play “Beetlejuice.”

Boebert’s conduct during the performance raised concerns after it was disclosed that she and a male companion, who appeared to be her date, were requested to exit the show due to “causing a disturbance.”

“It’s true, I did thoroughly enjoy the AMAZING Beetlejuice at the Buell Theatre and I plead guilty to laughing and singing too loud! Everyone should go see it if you get the chance this week and please let me know how it ends!” Boebert said.

Denver Arts & Venues released a security video compilation featuring various clips of Boebert’s encounter at the theater.

The footage initially captures Boebert engaged in conversation within the theater, followed by her exit. Throughout most of the video, she is accompanied by her male companion. At one instance, she turns and gestures towards the theater staff who escorted her out.

Following their departure from the theater, the video shows Boebert and her companion holding hands and engaging in playful twirls.

Drew Sexton, Boebert’s manager said “I can confirm the stunning and salacious rumors: in her personal time, Congresswoman Lauren Boebert is indeed a supporter of the performing arts (gasp!) and, to the dismay of a select few, enthusiastically enjoyed a weekend performance of ‘Beetlejuice’.”

Boebert said “fantastic cast, tremendous visuals and plenty of loud laughs” And “a gentle reminder to leave their phones outside of the venue.”

The staff “received three different complaints about the patrons sitting in Orch C Row E seats 1 and 2 that they were vaping, singing, causing a disturbance.”

“The patrons were not at their seats when we arrived, and we waited until they returned. Once the patrons returned, I informed them that our usher team had noticed vaping and also that they were causing a disturbance for the area with noise, singing, using their cell phone, and that they need to be respectful to their neighbors,” they said.

“Since, there was already multiple complaints, I informed the patrons that if there was another issue that they would be asked to leave. The patrons were argumentative. Saying they were in concert with everyone around them. I again informed them it was a group experience, and they would be asked to leave if they continued,” they added.

Upon their return to their seats another “complaint about the patrons being loud and at the time were recording.”

“I entered the house and told the patrons that I needed to speak to them outside the theatre,” they said, and a supervisor was “inside the house and observing and accompanied me while I spoke to the patrons.”

“I speak to the patrons in the vestibule, again telling them they have to leave the property and they argue. They say stuff like ‘do you know who I am’ ‘I am on the board’

“‘I will be contacting the mayor,’” the report said.

“They told me they would not leave. I told them that they need to leave the theatre and if they do not, they will be trespassing. The patrons said they would not leave. I told them I would going to get Denver Police. They said go get them.”

The patrons refused to leave and were told they would be considered trespassing if they remained. The patrons challenged this, making statements like “do you know who I am” and “I am on the board” while threatening to contact the mayor.

Eventually, they left voluntarily, but the incident report noted that police monitored them until their departure. The couple involved was not named in the report. Boebert is up for re-election again in 2024.

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