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Dame Joan Collins pelted with food in unprovoked attack at lavish private members' club

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MailOnline reported that the drunken female was thrown out of the venue and the male member she was with had his membership suspended.It was also reported that the incident took place earlier on in the year – although a date or time is not publicly known.

The Chelsea Arts Club is a private members club that can only be joined via application.Like many other exclusive venues, many people are unable to join because your application needs to be supported by a recommendation from existing members.Non-members are allowed to visit but this is only possible if they are invited by a member.If you reside within 30 miles of Charing Cross and your application is successful, an annual membership will set you back £650.

The club was founded in 1890 and caters to the members who have a "passionate belief in the importance of a creative approach to life".Two thirds of the members have to be practising artists, according the the official website, which is defined as those who are painters, sculptors, designers, photographers, architects, as well as writers, dancers or musicians.Daily Star has contacted Dame Joan's rep for comment. For more of the latest showbiz and TV news from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here. .

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