Lauren Boebert Gets Kicked Out of Musical

( – Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert was removed from a Sept. 10 performance at the Buell Theatre in Denver, Colorado, after being accused of “causing a disturbance” during the “Beetlejuice” musical.

According to an incident report, two patrons who were “causing a disturbance” were asked to leave after being accused by three other patrons and several ushers of singing along, vaping, and illegally recording the show. It is prohibited to photograph or record Broadway performances.

During intermission, it is reported that Boebert and an unidentified male companion were issued a warning “to be respectful to their neighbors.” However, five minutes into the second act, another complaint about the two being loud and using cell phones was made to officials in the theater. At that point, an usher told the pair that “they would be trespassing” if they did not leave the premises.

At first, they refused to leave and argued with the staff, with one usher calling the Denver Police. However, according to the incident report, they did end up leaving “on their own.” The police did remain in the lobby of the theater until the two left. However, according to the report, they made comments such as “I am on the board” and added that they would be contacting the mayor.

Boebert responded to the incident in a post on Twitter, saying she had been “laughing and singing too loud.” In the post, she encouraged others to see the performance, “and please let me know how it ends!”

Boebert’s campaign office did confirm that she was removed from the theater. Boebert’s campaign manager, Drew Sexton, stated that “in her personal time,” she had “enthusiastically enjoyed a weekend performance of ‘Beetlejuice.'” He also said that she was using her cellphone to photograph the show, as she did not know that wasn’t allowed. However, she denies she was vaping during the performance, according to the statement.

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