After phrase acquired out this week that energy director Steven Spielberg and Netflix honcho Ted Sarandos broke ciabatta — to easy over their Oscars feud — at posh non-public membership San Vicente Bungalows, sources inform Web page Six that the hotspot is on the hunt for the loose-lipped leaker with plans to discreetly expel them post-haste. Even when a pal of a member talks, the member will get tossed, we hear.
The membership created by high Sundown Tower hotelier Jeff Klein deeply prizes privateness, with strict guidelines about cellphones, looky-loos and members of the media. Upon entry, stickers are even positioned over telephone cameras. At CAA’s latest Oscars social gathering, the membership put up excessive partitions of greenery exterior to hide any A-list revelers, together with Girl Gaga and Bradley Cooper.
Upon making the reduce to affix, members we hear are warned about leaking data, however plainly the Spielberg-Sarandos summit was simply too tantalizing to maintain below wraps.
Sources say the membership thinks it is aware of who the leak is, and is planning to quietly cancel their membership. A showbiz professional advised us of the place, “It’s very laborious to get in — however straightforward to get kicked out.”