“Glee” actress Amber Riley threw a fit at a New York Night Club on Sunday night. This was after she and her posse of 30 people were turned away from the club. She took to Twitter her disappointment when her plans for the night was foiled.
Riley was in New York for her debut on stage in the musical Cotton Club Parade, which opened over the weekend. She had wanted to celebrate the success of the show with her cast members and so she made reservations at WiP in Manhattan.
The actress/singer was furious when they were declined at the door even with table reservations already made in advance. They were forced to find another place to hold their party. She then tweeted, “Never in my life have I dealt with such disrespect. That club @WIPNewYork on Vandam street, they are CROOKS and LIARS!”
This tweet prompted a response from the management of WIP. They apologized for the unfortunate event; however, they claimed that the actress was being “unreasonable” bringing 30 people to a full club. This reply irked Riley even more. She replied stating the arrangements that have been made prior to the said date as well as the assurance that their employee had given her.
A representative from WIP told TMZ that advanced arrangements have been made to work out her table arrangements, but upon their arrival, her group had refused to purchase any bottles that came with each table, so they weren’t permitted to enter.