Lauren Boebert finally breaks her silence and pleads Guilty after her removal by law enforcement

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Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert has been in the news a lot lately.

The conservative firebrand is going through a divorce and has been linked romantically to a Democrat bar owner.

Now Lauren Boebert is finally breaking her silence about one thing and pleads guilty after her removal by law enforcement.

The last year has been a wild ride for second term Congresswoman Lauren Boebert (R-CO).

Controversy and personal turmoil

Her famous bar and restaurant, Shooters Grill, where guns were carried openly by much of the staff – including Boebert herself – was shut down after the landlord refused to renew the lease.

Earlier in the year, Rep. Boebert filed for divorce from her husband, and the restaurant’s co-owner, Jayson Boebert.

And now, she’s been linked romantically to Quinn Gallagher, a 46-year-old bar owner who has hosted drag queen shows.

The Colorado native is the co-owner of Hooch Craft Cocktail Bar in Aspen, which he opened in April 2016 with his business partner Pat Flannigan.

Gallagher is a divorced father of one and has apparently caused a scandal of his own in his hard-core Democrat family by spending the evening with the Republican Congresswoman.

And to make matters worse, Gallagher has been secretly dating Boebert for months, leading some to wonder if he is the reason she filed for divorce from her husband.

And it has certainly ruffled some feathers among Gallagher’s family.

“It’s very surprising,” a source told the Daily Mail. “I always thought Quinn was a cool guy and a Democrat. His parents would be horrified because they are definitely blue.”

A new controversy and an admission of guilt

It was Gallagher who was with Boebert when her latest controversy erupted.

Gallagher was Boebert’s date to see “Beetlejuice: The Musical” at the Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre.

He was also kicked out of the show with Rep. Boebert.

They were kicked out after multiple complaints about them vaping, singing and laughing loudly, and taking pictures during the show.

In fact, Boebert and Gallagher allegedly caused at least three disturbances before being confronted by ushers and asked to leave.

The two at first refused, but after theater employees threatened to call the police, the two left – but not before a confrontation with theater employees in the lobby.

While Democrats attacked the Congresswoman, she and her staff shocked everyone by admitting to the events.

“I can confirm the stunning and salacious rumors: in her personal time, Congresswoman Lauren Boebert is indeed a supporter of the performing arts (gasp!) and, to the dismay of a select few, enthusiastically enjoyed a weekend performance of ‘Beetlejuice,’ which the Denver Post itself described as ‘zany,’ ‘outrageous’ and a ‘lusty riot,’” Boebert campaign spokesman Drew Sexton told The Post in a statement.

“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,” he added.

“Congresswoman Boebert strongly encourages everyone to go see ‘Beetlejuice,’ which runs at Buell through Sept. 17 and features a fantastic cast, tremendous visuals, and plenty of loud laughs for attendees, but with a gentle reminder to leave their phones outside of the venue.”

And the Congresswoman posted her own guilty plea.

“It’s true, I did thoroughly enjoy the AMAZING Beetlejuice at the Buell Theatre and I plead guilty to laughing and singing too loud!” Boebert posted on X. “Everyone should go see it if you get the chance this week and please let me know how it ends!”

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.