U.S. Representative Lauren Boebert Expelled from Denver’s ‘Beetlejuice’ Production

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U.S. Representative Lauren Boebert was removed from a performance of the musical “Beetlejuice” in Denver this past Sunday, as indicated by surveillance footage. While the theater did not specifically identify Boebert, a spokesperson confirmed on Wednesday that the released video depicts Boebert and a companion being escorted out. The ejection occurred following complaints from fellow attendees that they were vaping, utilizing mobile phones, singing, and causing disturbances.

Boebert’s campaign manager acknowledged that the congresswoman was indeed removed from the premises, but contested the claim that she had been vaping. Drew Sexton, serving as Boebert’s campaign manager, stated via text message, “I can affirm the startling yet captivating rumors: Congresswoman Lauren Boebert does genuinely appreciate the performing arts. She admits to actively participating in the performance by singing along and thoroughly enjoying herself.”

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Representative Boebert, who is currently serving her second term and campaigning for reelection in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, has gained significant media attention for her confrontational approach, most notably for heckling President Joe Biden during his 2022 State of the Union address.

According to the theater’s official statement, remarks were made during the altercation such as, “Do you know who I am?” and “I will be contacting the mayor.” On the social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter, Boebert encouraged others to attend the show, stating, “Everyone should go see it if you get a chance this week and please let me know how it ends!”

Initially, both Boebert and her guest were unwilling to exit the venue and only did so when the arrival of law enforcement was imminent, as per the theater’s statement. The surveillance footage disseminated to The Big Big News does not substantiate the accusation of vaping against Boebert.

Jesse Bedayn is affiliated with the Big Big News/Report for America Statehouse News Initiative. Report for America is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing local journalism by focusing on underreported issues.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Lauren Boebert ejection

What led to U.S. Representative Lauren Boebert being removed from a “Beetlejuice” musical in Denver?

Boebert was removed following complaints from other audience members who accused her and her guest of vaping, using mobile phones, singing, and causing disturbances during the performance.

Did Lauren Boebert admit to the accusations made against her?

Boebert’s campaign manager acknowledged her removal but denied the vaping accusation. He stated that Boebert “pleads guilty to singing along, laughing and enjoying herself.”

What is the theater’s official statement regarding the incident?

The theater confirmed that Boebert and her guest were escorted out after audience complaints. Remarks like “Do you know who I am?” and “I will be contacting the mayor” were allegedly made during the altercation.

Did law enforcement get involved?

Law enforcement was not ultimately involved, but Boebert and her guest left the premises when they were informed that a police officer was en route to the venue.

Is there any footage confirming or denying the vaping accusations?

Surveillance footage disseminated to The Big Big News does not substantiate the accusation of vaping against Boebert.

How has this incident impacted Lauren Boebert’s public profile?

This event adds another layer to Boebert’s already controversial and confrontational public image, which includes heckling President Joe Biden during his 2022 State of the Union address.

What is Boebert’s stance on the performing arts?

According to her campaign manager, Lauren Boebert is a genuine supporter of the performing arts and admits to actively participating in performances by singing along and enjoying herself.

Is Lauren Boebert currently campaigning for reelection?

Yes, Representative Boebert is in her second term in Congress and is actively campaigning for reelection in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District.

More about Lauren Boebert ejection

  • Boebert’s Official Congressional Profile
  • Denver Theater’s Official Statement
  • The Big Big News Article on the Incident
  • State of the Union 2022 Highlights
  • Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District
  • Report for America Statehouse News Initiative

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