Leading conservative women took aim at Lauren Boebert over an incident at a Denver musical.
Ann Coulter said Boebert was an "embarrassing bimbo" in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter.
Boebert had been kicked out of a theater for seemingly vaping and was filmed grabbing her date's crotch.
A conservative commentator has taken aim at US Rep. Lauren Boebert, calling her an "embarrassing bimbo" after she was kicked out of a Denver theater last week.
Ann Coulter, a conservative pundit and writer, responded to news of the incident with a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, writing: "Totally embarrassing bimbo."
Boebert, 36, a hard right-wing Colorado congresswoman, attended a performance of the musical "Beetlejuice" last weekend.
Video footage obtained by local Denver news outlet 9News shows her being thrown out of the theater along with her date after she vaped and sang loudly during the show.
Another video appeared to show Boebert being overtly fondled by her date.
The GOP representative can be seen in the clip obtained by 9News appearing to have her chest groped and grabbing the crotch of her date during a family-friendly performance The Broadway League recommends for children 10 and up.
Boebert blamed her "public and difficult divorce" for her actions
Representatives for Boebert did not respond to questions about her apparently engaging in sexually explicit behavior where children were present or the criticism directed at her from the LGBTQ+ community, according to an Insider story on Saturday.
"The past few days have been difficult and humbling, and I'm truly sorry for the unwanted attention my Sunday evening in Denver has brought to the community," Boebert said in a statement about the incident, The New York Times reported.
"While none of my actions or words as a private citizen that night were intended to be malicious or meant to cause harm, the reality is they did, and I regret that," the statement continued.
She blamed her "public and difficult divorce" for her actions, adding that she "simply fell short" of her values.
Former president Donald Trump's ex-attorney Jenna Ellis also piled in on Boebert, calling her behavior "embarrassing and disrespectful."
"Lauren Boebert getting kicked out of the Buell Theatre in Denver for being loud, disruptive, vaping, and video recording after being asked multiple times to stop is embarrassing and disrespectful behavior from a sitting Congresswoman," she wrote in an X post.
"Good grief Republicans, do better. Congress shouldn't be a frat house any more than it should be a retirement community," she added.
Meghan McCain, the daughter of former Republican presidential candidate Senator John McCain, a prominent GOP political commentator also blasted Boebert.
"Lauren Boebert is trash. She lectures everyone about the LGBT community being a threat to children while getting caught performing a lewd sex act in a public theatre where children possibly were," McCain wrote on X.
Boebert is a passionate supporter of the former President Trump. Despite their right-wing credentials, Coulter, McCain, and Ellis have turned against him.
Ellis said she would not support his third bid for the presidency because of his "narcissistic" tendencies.
Boebert is serving her second term as the Rep. for Colorado's Third congressional District.
Ellis said recently she would not support his third bid for the presidency because of his "narcissistic" tendencies.
Boebert is serving her second term as the Rep. for Colorado's Third Congressional District.
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