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Malia Obama Caught At Popular D.C. Nightclub (Photos)

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First daughter Malia Obama was caught on video at a popular nightclub in Washington, D.C.

She was seen partying at Ultrabar in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 13, the Inquistr reported. The nightclub was allowing anyone over the age 18 into the club that night.

A video recording of the first daughter at Ultrabar was released by Radar Online. The footage does not show Malia drinking or doing anything remotely incriminating.

According to an unidentified source, Malia was "dancing scandalously and twerking,” Radar Online reported.

“She was with a bunch of young, tough body guards but they looked too young to be Secret Service," the source told Radar Online. "A guy came up to her and tried to flirt but she didn’t give him the time of day. She looked like she was having a great time.”

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Other sources added that the president's daughter looked great and did not appear to be intoxicated.

“All I could definitively tell you is her hair looked awesome and she looks way younger in person," the source said. "Her secret service is scary. She was hanging out in VIP at ultra bar. Because [it] was an 18+ dance night, she didn’t do anything bad to get in.”

Another source confirmed that Malia was not drinking.

"She was being a regular 18-year-old girl," the source said.

Malia left the nightclub at around 12:30 a.m., according to witnesses.

The president's daughter has been making headlines recently. She was recorded dancing at Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago in July and also photographed smoking. She was later spotted at Made In America Festival in Philadelphia wearing a T-shirt that read "Smoking Kills" and a Harvard cap.

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Malia was accepted into Harvard University, but she will be taking a year off before starting college, according to reports. The Obamas are getting set to leave the White House and move into their new home in Washington, D.C.

Sources: Inquistr, Radar Online / Photo credit: Awesomely Luvvie, Radar Online

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