A drag queen who worked at the Colorado bar owned by Rep. Lauren Boebert’s “Beetlejuice” date claims she’s known the controversial couple have been “dating for a while” — and blasted the firebrand’s past “hate speech” about the community: “At least I do it in my bed and not in a theater.”
“First date and somebody’s touching your boobies like that?” she said, shaking her head and finger.
“I know that they’ve been dating for a while, for months.”
Boebert, 36, was caught on camera allegedly groping Gallagher’s crotch while he fondled her breasts during the family-friendly performance at Denver’s Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre on Sept. 10.
The GOP firebrand was also accused by theater employees of vaping, singing, recording with her phone and disturbing others, which led to her and Gallagher getting booted from performance.
Matic said she was more interested in Gallagher’s relationship after the “Beetlejuice” scandal made headlines and was shocked to find Boebert’s opinion on LGBTQ issues.
“After that, I was more into this lady, Lauren Boebert, and I saw so much stuff that she said before that is horrible,” she told TMZ.
For example, the congresswoman demanded back in May that shoppers “boycott ANY product North Face has ever made” after the brand’s “Summer of Pride” ad featured drag queen Pattie Gonia.
“How many times do we have to explain to the woke marketing departments at these disgusting companies that America is not a nation of degenerates?” she tweeted at the time, urging her followers to “make it as shameful to wear North Face as it is to drink Bud Light!”
Matic said she doesn’t support the relationship between the politician and Gallagher because she “doesn’t like this girl” due to her “hate speech.”
“Who cares what I do in my bed … At least I do it in my bed and not in a theater,” she snarked.
The drag performer, whoever, stands behind Gallagher, who she says is an “amazing guy.”
“He opened the doors for me. At that moment, I was the only drag queen working that night … I was the main performer,” she said. “That was amazing. It was an amazing night. He’s an amazing guy. He treated me very, very, kind, very good.”
She said she would “of course” work at his bar again “if he called me” as he said he wanted to do more shows like the one she performed in.
Earlier this week, the Denver DA declined to press charges against Boebert for her “inappropriate” “Beetlejuice” behavior.
“While Congresswoman Boebert’s conduct in the theater was clearly inappropriate and disrespectful, we concluded that it does not warrant a criminal prosecution,” Matthew Jablow, a spokesperson with the Denver District Attorney’s Office, told The Post.
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