According to an incident report from Denver Arts & Venues, Boebert and an unidentified companion were warned during intermission about their behavior, which had earned three complaints from fellow theatergoers. The report said the two were vaping, singing, and using their phones, and were "causing a disturbance for the area with noise, singing, using their cell phone."

When the two continued to be disruptive after intermission, they were asked to leave the theater. Boebert reportedly refused to leave, and she and her companion were eventually escorted out by security.

Boebert has since apologized for her behavior, saying that she was "having too much fun" and that she "should have known better." However, her apology has not stopped the story from making headlines and becoming a trending topic on social media.

Some people have defended Boebert, saying that she was simply enjoying the show and that she should not be held to a higher standard than other theatergoers. Others have criticized her, saying that her behavior was disrespectful to the other patrons and to the performers.

The incident has also sparked a debate about the role of politicians in public life. Some people believe that politicians should be held to a higher standard of behavior than ordinary citizens, while others believe that they should be allowed to enjoy themselves like everyone else.

Whatever the case may be, the incident is likely to follow Boebert for some time to come. It is a reminder that even politicians are not immune to the consequences of their actions.