The De Niros don’t seem to be on the same page when it comes to COVID caution.
While Robert De Niro has made PSAs pleading with New Yorkers to wear masks, Page Six has learned that his former daughter-in-law Claudine De Niro helped run the now-notorious Chainsmokers concert in Southampton — which Gov. Andrew Cuomo called an “egregious social-distancing violation.”
The event was put together by two companies, one of which is called In the Know Experiences, a firm Claudine has worked with closely for years. We’re told that Claudine sold tickets for the pricey bash and helped spread the word about it in the preceding weeks, and her boyfriend Cuba Gooding Jr. was one of the celebs who attended the July 25 fund-raising show.
But when the party turned into a debacle after video surfaced showing a crowd gathering in front of the stage, drawing Cuomo’s ire, Claudine seemed less keen to be associated with it.
Claudine told us she was just “a guest,” and a rep for the company told us she’s only “an independent contractor” for In the Know.
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