What do the nation’s premiere teen mom sex tape purveyor and the nation’s House minority leader have in common? The answer, surprisingly, is lack of access.

See, earlier this month Nancy Pelosi went to the Hamptons. And for some inexplicable reason, she opted to stay at The Capri, a wonderful place to find a European girlfriend but perhaps not the most suited to a septuagenerian politician.

Long story short, Pelosi tried to dine at the resort’s onsite restaurant Beautique, a club haunted by the ghosts of the Real Housewives of New York, and she got straight-up denied.

(According to Page Six, “Pelosi had wanted to dine at the hotel’s restaurant, Beautique, that night, but arrived without a reservation and they were forced to turn her away.”)

Embarrassing! But turns out Pelosi is in good—pejoratively speaking—company: this weekend, the restaurant also refused Farrah Abraham entry.

“Teen Mom” “star” Farrah Abraham, who’s perhaps as famous for her adult videos with porn star James Deen, was dragged out of a fancy Hamptons party by security on Saturday.

She turned up to Beautique at the Capri hotel in Southampton for a Bella magazine bash after she’d had her RSVP declined.

“She refused to leave, and had to be escorted out by three security guards,” says a spy. “A whole scene was made.”

That’s the great thing about America. It doesn’t matter who you are—young, old, respected or not—you’ll always have an equal opportunity to get rejected by a doorman.

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