Lauren Boebert fires back at debate moderator over groping incident

Rep. Lauren Boebert was caught red-handed the night she was kicked out of a Denver theater for disruptive behavior and caught on camera groping her date, declaring she refused to “live a life of shame,” months after she committed apologized for the incident.

Boebert fired back at the Local 9News anchor Kyle Clarkwho served as a moderator at a Republican Party primary debate in Colorado when he brought up the scandal, RadarOnline.com has learned.

As we previously reported, Boebert was caught vaping, singing, using her phone and causing a disturbance near a camera Beetle juice production last fall in September 2023. Boebert then allegedly asked the staff if they knew who she was as she was being kicked out.

“So, Kyle, I definitely admitted my night out in Denver. And you know, I've been on that public apology tour and I'm grateful for the grace and mercy that has been given. shown,” the congresswoman began, noting that she didn’t “want to get beat up by this.”

Boebert, who has finalized her divorce from her husband of 17 years, Jayson Boebert, in October 2023, after which the conversation continued. “And you know, I'd like to get back to my track record,” she said, trying to switch gears.

Clark stopped mid-sentence and stated firmly, “You've had enough time to answer the question.” You chose not to, that's fine. And you apologized for the theater incident.”

Boebert agreed before asking for clarification as the two spoke over each other.

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