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Theatergoer Who Sat Behind Boebert At 'Beetlejuice' Describes Her 'Outrageous' Behavior

A pregnant woman who was sitting directly behind the MAGA Rep. for the touring production of 'Beetlejuice' opened up to 'The Denver Post' about what led up to Boebert being kicked out of the theater.

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Colorado Republican Representative Lauren Boebert is facing even more criticism about her "outrageous behavior" during a touring production of Beetlejuice.

According to a pregnant woman who sat directly behind Boebert, the Congresswoman and her date were escorted out of the theater following complaints from other attendees about their disruptive behavior, which reportedly included vaping and taking photos during the show.

The woman claimed that Boebert was vaping, singing loudly with her hands in the air, and taking multiple long videos during the first half of the performance.

As she told TheDenver Post:

“These people in front of us were outrageous. I’ve never seen anyone act like that before.”

When the woman asked Boebert to stop vaping, the Congresswoman allegedly responded with a simple "no."

During intermission, the woman made a complaint to theater officials, and when the theatergoer returned to her seat with her husband, Boebert reportedly called her a "sad and miserable person."

Theater officials confirmed that two patrons, including Boebert, were escorted out of the show after talking loudly, vaping, and using cameras during the performance. They had been warned about their behavior during intermission but continued to disrupt the show in the second act, leading to their removal.

Surveillance video indeed shows Boebert being escorted out of the Buelle theater, where Beetlejuice was performed.

Boebert's behavior has been highly criticized.

Boebert's camp acknowledged that she was taking photos during the performance but disputed reports that she was vaping.

In a statement to The Colorado Sun, Drew Sexton, Boebert's campaign 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!)."
“She appreciates the Buell Theatre’s strict enforcement of their no photos policy and only wishes the Biden Administration could uphold our border laws as thoroughly and vigorously."

The statement did not directly address Boebert's alleged behavior. She was said to be confrontational to the venue's security team and has not issued a formal apology or responded to questions about the event.