GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert was captured on video disrupting a performance of "Beetlejuice" last weekend.
Friday, the Texas Youth Summit announced Boebert would be a speaker at their upcoming conference.
As of Monday, the congresswoman no longer appears on promotional material.
Social media posts announcing Lauren Boebert as a speaker for a conservative youth conference have been deleted as of Monday, three days after they were posted.
The initial announcement from the Texas Youth Summit came Friday, a day after Lauren Boebert apologized for her behavior at a Sunday show of "Beetlejuice" in Denver, Colorado. The conservative conference announced the representative would speak at their upcoming convention.
The Texas Youth Summit, aimed at children and young adults, allows anyone between 12 and 26 to attend for free. The Summit will be held at the Woodlands Waterway Marriott outside of Houston at the end of the month.
"We are excited to add firebrand Congresswoman @laurenboebert from Colorado's third district to our all-star @texasyouthsummit lineup," the Friday post said.
Initially, Boebert's team issued a statement that said she was not vaping in the theater. Later, she said she "genuinely" did not remember vaping when security camera footage from the theater showed her exhaling a white cloud.
Boebert released a statement on Friday apologizing for her behavior and stating that she "simply fell short of my values on Sunday."
Christian Collins, founder of the Texas Youth Summit, declined to comment to Insider or clarify whether or not the decision to allow Boebert to speak came before or after September 10. Boebert also attended the event last year and advocated for theocratic, conservative politics to the young crowd with a pistol strapped to her leg.
Collins did not immediately respond to a follow-up request for comment on why Boebert was removed from promotional material.
According to its website, the summit began in 2019. It is an annual event hosted by the nonprofit Texas Youth Foundation to promote "fiscal responsibility, free market, limited government, American Exceptionalism," and "Judeo-Christian principles," per its mission statement. Its website also says it aims to directly "counter the effects of the Left."
In addition to Boebert, this year's speakers include Donald Trump, Jr., Charlie Kirk, and other conservative federal and state representatives.
The hotel hosting the event, the Woodlands Waterway Marriott, did not have a representative available to respond to Insider. Representatives for Boebert did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider sent outside regular business hours.
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