Margot Robbie, Cara Delevingne And Amber Heard Got Turned Away From A Strip Club 'Cause Cara Lost Her Sh*t

Yep, you read that right.
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Following Amber Heard’s messy divorce from Johnny Depp, besties Cara Delevingne and Margot Robbie decided to take their girl out to the famous strip club, SophistiCats, to cheer her up (‘cause that’s what friends are for, right?). But rather than being a relaxing distraction for Amber, the gals’ night brought a whole lot of ~*DrAmA*~, thanks to Cara.

When Margot, Cara and Amber rocked up with their 15-strong crew, the security guards asked the girls to wait in line (like us normal folk), but Cara was totally not okay with being treated like a normal person and that’s when shit got cray.

“Unfortunately the club was full and there was a small queue outside but Cara was adamant that they should be let in immediately and without having to pay the £20 entry price,” Owner, Simon Langer, told the MailOnline.

Oh, okay... How about you just take a chill pill and wait your turn, yeah? But wait, it gets cringier:

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“Cara kept telling the staff, ‘Don't you know who I am? I'm Cara Delevigne. I'm Cara and this is my friend Amber who's just got divorced!’” said Langer and yup, we can’t believe she went there either.

We love you C and understand you probs just wanted to give Ambs a great night, but seriously, what are you doin'?

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“She kept on telling our staff how famous they were but I'm afraid we are quite used to that,” Langer explains—which is easy to believe since they’re a hella famous club, and kinda awks for everyone involved.

“Cara wasn't having any of it and kept turning round to the other girls in amazement. She was getting quite angry and agitated but there was nothing we could do about it... Then she said: ‘Let us in. We just want to see some girls dancing and have some fun!’”

By this point no one was buyin' it and the squad were asked to leave.

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Langer says, “We welcome anyone as long as they are respectful but Cara and her friends weren't behaving how we would expect the majority of our clients to behave.”

Maybe next time you guys should just go for a quiet one instead? Just saying.

This article originally appeared on Minor edits have been made by the editors.


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