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Sylvester Stallone Sparks Outrage After Paying $200k To Join Trump's Mar-A-Lago Club

Sylvester Stallone Sparks Outrage After Paying $200k To Join Trump's Mar-A-Lago Club
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Rocky and Rambo star Sylvester Stallone is in hot water after a source told Page Six he's now a member of ex-President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago club in Florida.

Back in December, Stallone purchased an over 13,000 square foot home, with seven bedrooms, nearly 300 feat of waterfront, beach, dock and cabana in Palm Beach, Florida for $35 million. The home is situated near the club.

Stallone was seen attending New Year's Eve parties in the past at the Florida club, but the source confirmed:

"Sly just became a member of Mar-a-Lago."

That membership cost $200,000, which comes at no surprise to Republican donors. According to The Washington Post, Republican donors shell out $100,000 just to eat at Mar-a-Lago.

Just this week there are six events scheduled to be held by GOP-allied groups. Despite the insurrection that occurred while Trump held office, Republicans continue to rally around the former President and will spend anything they can to be near him.

Conservative activist Amy Kremer said:

"We would love to see him."
"If he came and spoke to the group spending the weekend here, that would be great. If he came and played golf and people watched him, I mean that would be great, too."

Now that Sylvester Stallone has officially tied himself to Trump, people are vocal on Twitter about ending their fandom.

Though boycotting the celebrity now might not make much of a difference—since Stallone announced he will not be in any new Creed films, the spinoff's to Rocky—many are still taking their stance against him.