Scarlett Johansson Did NOT “Cause Scene” At New York Club, Despite Report
Scarlett Johansson did NOT “cause a scene” outside a New York club after supposedly being denied entry, despite a new report. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust the story, which comes from one of the tabloids. We’ve learned the tale is 100 percent untrue, and for good reason.
The allegation can be found in Wednesday’s new issue of In Touch, which alleges Johansson “was recently turned away from New York City hotspot Cabin Down Below.” A so-called “source” is quoted as saying, “Two weeks ago, Scarlett tried to get in but she was denied at the door.” The piece goes on to claim the actress “became livid and began questioning the bouncer as to why Leonardo DiCaprio (who was already inside with friends) was let in and she wasn’t.”
“Scarlett caused such a scene that people in front of a neighboring bar were looking over to see what was happening,” the supposed snitch alleges. “She eventually gave up and stormed off.” But whatever those people were seeing, it most definitely was NOT Johansson.
The movie star has been in New Zealand filming Ghost In The Shell since January. Due to the shoot, Johansson hasn’t even attended premiere events for The Jungle Book or Captain America Civil War. And with production slated to go through mid-June, she was NOT in New York City two weeks ago, and certainly won’t be anytime soon.
A rep for Johansson confirms exclusively to Gossip Cop that she has been out of the country for months, making it impossible for her to “cause a scene” outside Cabin Down Below in Manhattan. In other words, as the spokesperson puts it, this story is “completely made up.” In Touch… forever out of touch with the celebrities it covers.