Rep. Lauren Boebert Is Ejected From Beetlejuice After a Disturbance

Rep. Lauren Boebert Is Ejected From Beetlejuice After a Disturbance

 

We’re developing right now Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Bober removed from the audience during the musical of Beetlejuice in Denver.
So we’ve got her response here on social media and more on what exactly happened.
Although as we talked to Fox,
we’re going to listen to Susa.
There are kind of some missing pieces to the story here,
Lisa.
Yeah,
it certainly seems that way.
But no doubt this is a bizarre situation that we are talking about here.
And Congresswoman Bober seems to kind of be making a joke about the whole thing.
So again,
apparently what happened here is that she was kicked out of her performance here in downtown Denver of Beetlejuice.
A musical,
the muted musical Beetlejuice.
It’s been performing here throughout the week.
So here’s a breakdown of what all unfolded.
So this reportedly happened on Sunday,
a spokesperson for the Beetlejuice where we’re at here this morning.
Wouldn’t mean names,
but confirming that two people in the audience were in fact asked to leave.
Now people sitting nearby apparently upset that they were reportedly vaping in their seats.
They were on their phones and otherwise disturbing guests.
A theater spokesperson reportedly says a police officer was called no official report was taken.
However,
now Bober seems to be confirming it all.
And again,
just kind of laughing the whole thing off.
Take a look.
You can see here in a recent post on the website X,
which,
you know,
formally known as Twitter.
She says it’s true.
I did thoroughly enjoy the amazing Beetlejuice going on to say she was laughing and singing too loud.
Adding if anybody sees it this week.
Hey,
let her know how it ends.
So a spokesperson for the Congresswoman does reportedly deny that she was vaping.
So she did take a photo because she was unaware.
They were not allowed to take photos inside the theater during a show.
But yeah,
certainly a bizarre situation that a lot of people are talking about.
This is actually gaining national attention.
In fact,
on a lot of political sites as well.
For now,
we’re live in downtown Denver.
We said to Susan Fox,
31.
Yeah,
so a lot of questions.
Lisa,
thank you.

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