Nineteen-year-old Kyra Kennedy, daughter of RFK, Jr., was somehow not let into a 21+ club this weekend. I mean, can you literally! This is crazy. Page Six reports that Lava at the Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, New York—described on its website as a "pulsating danceclub"—wouldn't admit Kyra even though she had her sister's passport.

Seriously rude. Apparently, one security guard even asked her to recite the birthday on the passport. Who knows their sister's birthday? Per Page Six:

Witnesses said Kyra appeared inebriated when she arrived at the club and was trying to enter an over-21 area using a passport belonging to her 26-year-old half-sister Kick Kennedy.

One witness said, "A security guard took Kick's passport from Kyra and asked her to recite her birth date, and she didn't know it. He then caught her trying to look up Kick's birthday on Wikipedia on her phone. The security guard then refused to return the passport, and Kyra started shouting all this stuff, including, 'I am a Kennedy, Google me. If you don't let me in, the governor will be calling.'"

I am a Kennedy, Google me. If you don't let me in, the governor will be calling.

Amazingly, they didn't even let her in after that. And she had to wait until the next morning to get Kick's passport back, which was probably really stressful.

Page Six reports that Kyra and her friends made the most of the weekend by visiting the nearby Syracuse University, where teens are welcome to drink anytime. Looks like they had fun.

[Photo of Kyra making her debut at the Bal Des Debutantes 2013 in Paris, via Getty]