Jennie Garth Denied Entry At Los Angeles Club, Flips Off Photographers

Jennie Garth didn’t take too kindly to being turned down at a popular nightclub in Los Angeles, so the actress displayed her emotions using just one finger.

Photographers captured a tearful Garth just after she was denied at the door of the club DBA, showing her flipping off the camera.

Jennie Garth and some friends had just attended the Recycle Across America at Kiehl’s Since 1851 event in Santa Monica and decided to do a little clubbing. But Jennie was apparently a bit impatient and tried to cut through the line of people outside waiting to get in.

When a bouncer denied their efforts and told Jennie and her friends to get back in line, the actress reportedly grew angry and got into an argument.

Jennie Garth reportedly even tried to use the “do you know who I am?” card, but to no avail.

From TMZ:

“Jennie skipped the line and walked up to the security team at the front door. He says they told her they had no power to make exceptions — everyone needed to stand in line. The photog says that’s when Jennie dropped the card, saying, “I’m 40 years old, I have 3 kids, I’ve been in the business for years.”

After the hubbub regarding the incident, the establishment issued a statement explaining why the Beverly Hills, 90210 star and her friends were denied.

“DBA has a very strict door policy and Ms. Garth and her entire group of friends were asked to wait in line for entry along with everyone else. The group chose not to do so and left.”

A representative for Jennie Garth said the incident didn’t exactly go down as it’s being portrayed. The rep said the club was willing to let in the women in Jennie’s group but not the men, to which she disagreed and walked away.