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Malia Obama Reportedly Enrages Father, President Obama, After Secret Service Hurries Her Out Of Party

According to reports, Malia Obama infuriated her father after the Secret Service rushed her out of a party that cops were about to raid. An eyewitness claims this incident happened during a family vacation recently at Martha’s Vineyard. Malia was said to be attending a house party and the Secret Service intervened before things got ugly for the 18-year-old first daughter, who’s taking a year off school before she attends Harvard University.

A source who spoke with Radar Online indicated that the first daughter was about to get busted because cops were called by some neighbors about a noise disturbance from a nearby party at Martha’s Vineyard. Sgt. Skip Manter with the West Tisbury Police Department confirmed that neighbors “complained about noise.”

“This is the president’s worst nightmare!” the source said. “The end of his term is in sight — and the carefully crafted image of a world-beating family is unraveling right before his eyes!

“I’m sure he had some choice words for his daughter during that walk they took.”

The Boston Herald also reported on the “rowdy” party that Malia was attending at Martha’s Vineyard before cops went in.

“Coincidentally — or not — President Obama and Malia went for a walk together ‘on a trail near their residence’ yesterday morning, according to the White House pool report,” the report read in part.

The West Tisbury police didn’t confirm to the news source what the address of the home was. They said it’s not unusual to hear complaints about loud parties in the area this time of year.

News of this came just weeks after photos and videos emerged of Malia partying at the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago at the end of July. She skipped going to the Democratic National Convention with her parents to hit up the festival. What ensued were all kind of images that other party-goers captured of Malia.

President Obama with his daughter while touring Havana, Cuba in March 2016 (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images).
President Obama with his daughter while touring Havana, Cuba in March 2016 (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images).

It’s unknown what the president said to his daughter following the incident at Martha’s Vineyard, but that combined with the previous headlines Malia has made this summer has likely compounded any frustration he or his wife are feeling. Daily Mail printed some new photos of the Obamas returning to Washington, D.C. after their trip to Martha’s Vineyard. The report noted that the president kept his distance from Malia, but stuck close to Sasha, 15. It was presumed that Obama was still giving his eldest daughter the “cold shoulder” after their “talk.”

The video of Malia Obama allegedly smoking a marijuana cigarette was released by Radar Online on August 10. Jerrdin Selwyn, 18, told the outlet that she saw the first daughter smoking during a Bryson Tiller set on July 31.

“I saw some young guy hand her a cigarette and she took at least one hit on it,” Selwyn continued. “She had it in her hand for about one minute, then gave it back to him.”

Selwyn swore it was pot that Malia was smoking and that she could smell it. She added that it was evident someone important was at the festival due to the Secret Service detail. They were dressed casual in khakis and plaid shirts. One of the muscular agents was dressed in black and didn’t exactly blend into the crowd.

Reports about Malia supposedly smoking marijuana doesn’t go without the mention of her father being a member of a pot-smoking group in high school that was dubbed the “Choom Gang.” The term “choom” is a Hawaiian slang word for marijuana. Barack Obama has admitted to smoking marijuana during his high school years.

It’s a rite of passage for college-aged adults to party and go a little crazy, but first daughters or any children of high political figures are held to a different standard.

Malia Obama has a ways to go before she begins college next year. Will there be more reports of her attending wild parties or allegedly smoking pot?

[Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images]

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