As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the controversy between Boebert and Gallagher started on September 10 when they were caught on camera fondling each other at a Denver performance of Beetlejuice: The Musical.
The pair’s inappropriate behavior led to their removal from the theater, and the incident sparked subsequent outrage among the public.
Boebert spoke to TMZ on Monday and confirmed that she would not be going on a second date with Gallagher.
The MAGA congresswoman also advised others to check their potential partner’s political affiliations before going on a date.
“Ultimately all future date nights have been canceled,” Boebert said. “And I’ve learned to check party affiliations before you go on a date.”
She still referred to Gallagher as a “wonderful man” but emphasized that they would not be pursuing a relationship further.
“He’s a private citizen, and we have peacefully parted at this time,” she told TMZ. “Great man, great friend, and I wish him all the best.”
In the footage released on Monday, Boebert was seen arriving at a Washington, D.C. airport before she confirmed that her months-long relationship with Gallagher was over.
The Hooch Craft Cocktail Bar in Aspen, co-owned by Gallagher, previously held events like the “Winter Wonderland Burlesque & Drag Show.”
Aspen Gay Ski Week also reportedly hosted an event at Hooch in January 2020.
“Take your children to CHURCH, not drag bars,” Boebert once tweeted in opposition to drag show events.