Boebert was escorted out of Denver theater during ‘Beetlejuice’ performance: report

Representative Lauren Boebert (Republican of Colorado) was escorted from a Denver theater on Sunday evening in the middle of a performance of the musical “Beetlejuice” for allegedly “causing a disturbance,” according to a report in The Denver Post on Tuesday.

A spokesman for Boebert’s campaign office confirmed to The Denver Post that Boebert was escorted from the theater, but disputed some of the behavior alleged in an incident report obtained by the Denver Post from venue officials.

The incident report, which did not include names, said two guests were asked to leave the theater about five minutes into the second act of the Broadway touring musical “Beetlejuice.” It was claimed the two guests were smoking, singing, recording and “causing a disturbance”.

According to the Colorado newspaper, Boebert’s spokesman said the congresswoman denied smoking e-cigarettes, but she admitted to taking a photo during the performance and said she was unaware that photos were not allowed.

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

According to the incident report, the two patrons were asked to refrain from certain behaviors during intermission after three audience members complained. The report said the guests were escorted out after security received another complaint “about the loud behavior of the guests at this time.” [they] recorded,” the Denver Post reported.

The two guests refused to leave the theater, even after being escorted to the theater lobby.

“They told me they wouldn’t go. I told them that they had to leave the theater and that otherwise they would be trespassing. The guests said they wouldn’t go. I told them I would do it [be] I’m going to call the Denver police. They said go get her,” an usher said in the incident report, according to The Denver Post.

Police reportedly arrived and remained in the lobby until the two guests left.

The Hill has reached out to Boebert’s office for comment.

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