RFK Jr.’s Daughter After Being Denied Entry to Club: ‘I’m a Kennedy, Google Me!’

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Robert Kennedy Jr.’s 19-year-old daughter, Kyra Kennedy, attempted to gain entry to an upstate New York nightclub last Thursday, but after security refused to accept her fake ID, she got mad… and invoked her lineage.

“I am a Kennedy, Google me,” the intoxicated Kennedy legacy screamed, according to a report from Page Six.

On a weekend trip to Syracuse University to party with friends, the younger Kennedy ended up at Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, NY, ready to party, until she ran into some trouble from the minions.

Witnesses said Kyra attempted to enter the 21-and-up location using a passport belonging to her 26-year-old half-sister, Kick Kennedy, but security wasn’t buying it.

A witness told Page Six:

A security guard took Kick’s passport from Kyra and asked her to recite her birth date, and she didn’t know it. He then caught her trying to look up Kick’s birthday on Wikipedia on her phone. The security guard then refused to return the passport, and Kyra started shouting all this stuff, including, ‘I am a Kennedy, Google me. If you don’t let me in, the governor will be calling.’

She went to the hotel front desk and then screamed at the staff, saying she was going to sue if they didn’t give her the passport back.

Security was nice enough to leave the passport at the hotel’s front desk, which Kyra retrieved the following morning.

Kyra is the granddaughter of Robert Kennedy and a great-niece to President John F. Kennedy… and apparently she doesn’t know her sister’s birthday.


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