Sofia Vergara may have a 19-year-old son and play a step-grandmother on "Modern Family," but apparently the youthful-looking actress gets denied at posh New York City nightclubs.
According to the New York Daily News, Vergara headed out to Ava Lounge to attend a private bash for the Broadway show "Ghost," when she was asked for identification at the door. The actress apparently stepped out without ID, and faced a predicament underage college kids around the country have had to deal with. The establishment has a strict ID policy, meaning no one -- and they mean no one -- can enter without proving they are over 21.
If even Vergara can't persuade a bouncer to let her in, you know things are really serious.
Though the "Modern Family" star, who recently hosted "Saturday Night Live" and appears in commercials for brands including Pepsi and Burger King, tried to talk her way in with the help of a friend, she was still reportedly turned away and left without any additional drama.
Knowing Vergara and her sense of humor, hopefully she'll just laugh this unfortunate incident off. But we have a feeling she won't be leaving her ID at home anytime soon.
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