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‘Vanderpump Rules’ star James Kennedy not allowed to board flight for being too drunk

3 June 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Las Vegas, NV, United States (4E) – ‘Vanderpump Rules’ star James Kennedy was not allowed to board his flight as an attendant barred him from doing so because he was too drunk.

According to reports, the star was booted from a Southwest Airlines flight due to his bad behavior. The 24-year-old reality star was supposed to go back to Los Angeles from his Las Vegas gig. He was said to be acting “too intoxicated” thus the booting.

A source shared that Kennedy was not able to board his original flight but was still able to travel back to Los Angeles via a later flight. A Southwest Airlines spokesperson said they had no records of any incidents involving the reality star and DJ in the past.

Kennedy traveled to Sin City with his girlfriend, Raquel Leviss , and friend LaLa Kent, who is also a “Vanderpump Rules” star. Accordingly, people in the airport knew that he was too drunk because he and Kent got into a screaming argument before boarding the plane. Kent was able to board the original flight and Kennedy’s girlfriend stayed behind with him.

A source shared, "He and LaLa were screaming at each other in the terminal. It looked like a classic drunken fight between friends…I'm pretty sure it was LaLa telling James to get it together before getting on the plane. Right before they closed the doors, the airline worker said James couldn't get on because he was too drunk. LaLa got on the plane and Raquel stayed back at the airport with James."

Kennedy and Kent co-hosted a Memorial Day pool party on Monday at the Rehab Beach Club located at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Leviss and another co-star, Faith Stowers , were also with them at the event.

Photos from the gig were documented on their social networking sites.

Kennedy has not yet commented on the matter.