Jennie Garth Got Denied at a Nightclub

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Jennie Garth Signing Copies Of Her New Book

Former ‘90291′ star, Jennie Garth was in a bit of a tizzy last night when she tried to hit up DBA – a club in Hollywood.  She claimed they wouldn’t let in her male friends because they were black males, but the club claims otherwise.  TMZ reports:

Jennie Garth was DENIED at a hot Hollywood club because she was asked to stand with the common folk, and not because her friends were turned away … so claims the photog who took the pic.

The photog tells TMZ … Jennie skipped the line and walked up to the security team at the front door. He says they told her they had no power to make exceptions — everyone needed to stand in line. The photog says that’s when Jennie dropped the card, saying, “I’m 40 years old, I have 3 kids, I’ve been in the business for years.”

FYI — she’s 42.

The photog says the “90210″ star did not stand in line, began crying and one of the men she was with tried shielding her from the cameras. She never stood in line … she just left.

Jennie’s people told TMZ … she was accompanied by 3 women and 3 African American men. Jennie claims security was fine with the women coming in but balked at the 3 guys, and she felt it was wrong.

Garth recently released her book, ‘Deep Thoughts From a Hollywood Blonde,’ and is working on a comedy series, ‘Mystery Girls,’ with her friend and fellow ’90210′ alum, Tori Spelling.  

I’m just proud of Garth for hitting up the clubs on a Monday night.  I was out in Vegas this past weekend and felt like the oldest person in the club.  You go girl.

Jennie Garth Signing Copies Of Her New Book Jennie Garth Signing Copies Of Her New Book

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Tuesday, April 8th, 2014 at 4:16pm
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April 8th, 2014 at 11:34 pm

it’s hard for guys to get in clubs. Even harder for Blacks and Latinos from my experience going with Asian and white men too

April 9th, 2014 at 2:52 pm

Glad my clubbing days are over. I rather sit on my comfortable couch and watch my big scree TV whilst drinking some vino. Besides, it’s not as fun as it used to be.
















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