Caitlyn Jenner rips Beverly Hills Hotel for denying her service

Caitlyn Jenner has criticized the elegant Beverly Hills Hotel, calling it “disgusting” after they refused her service for not adhering to their dress code.

The reality TV star and former Olympic star was wearing ripped jeans when she appeared at the hotel’s restaurant, Polo Lounge.

“bevhillshotel f-k your horrible service for not letting me have lunch with that little rip in my jeans. Embarrassment. Disgusting,” she wrote on Instagram Story on Monday.

She continued, “I’ve been a patron for decades. Not much longer.”

Caitlyn Jenner's Instagram Story posted on Monday about the rip in her jeans
Jenner broke into the infamous hotel for her ripped jeans.

The jeans in question show a horizontal tear as part of the design, not an accidental tear.

“At Polo Lounge, we encourage you to dress appropriately, so we ask that you refrain from wearing casual hats, ripped jeans, crop tops, pajamas, swimwear and men’s sleeveless shirts,” their website states. “After 4pm we do not allow shorts, light shoes (including Birkenstocks) or sportswear (including sportswear). Children under 10 are exempt.”

Soon after Jenner posted her complaint, she retweeted a story from TMZ, breaking the phrase, “Interesting says ‘we encourage’…so it doesn’t say it’s a mandatory dress code.”

Reposting Caitlyn Jenner's Instagram Story and sharing parts of TMZ's story
Jenner continued to yell about her “horrible service.”

The “I Am Cait” star also alleged that the staff violated the no-photo policy by allowing fans to take pictures with her, but chose to follow their dress code.

Jenner chimed in on another publicity from the TMZ story saying, “The staff weren’t enforcing a ‘no pictures’ policy – Caitlyn took many fans – and yet they decided to enforce the dress code against her.”

The Beverly Hills Hotel also has a provision prohibiting photography on its website that reads, “For the privacy of our guests, we ask that you refrain from taking pictures…. Please note that unplanned and unauthorized professional photography or video footage is in public areas of the hotel. or unauthorized ports.

Neither Jenner nor the Beverly Hills hotel immediately responded to Page Six’s request for comment.


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