“I got kicked out of the bar,” Cooper shared on her podcast. “I am f—ing pissed about it.”
The media personality said she and her friends were at Ruschmeyer’s in Montauk and paid a bouncer to let them in.
“When I say sardines, there are literally bodies of people checked up against windows. There is such a long line,” Cooper said. But when a bodyguard asked them to see their wristbands – which they didn’t have – they were told to leave.
“People are staring at us,” sy het gese. “In this moment I felt slighted, I felt wronged … There are six of us, standing in the pouring rain with no f–king dignity left and no wristbands.”
But Cooper smoothed things over when she met the owner of Ruschmeyer’s later that weekend.
“The Ruschmeyer’s guy was so nice; such a nice dude,” Cooper said. “Algehele, great vibes.”
The two are even planning an event together.
“See things can turn around if you just believe and you get a little liquid courage.”