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Raffle Winner Says Meeting With Mark Wahlberg Did Not Live Up to Full Potential

After the movie, Diana Lehmann said she met with Wahlberg for a couple of minutes during photos, but didn’t get much time to talk with him because it was very rushed.

The lucky Dorchester woman who won a raffle to meet Mark Wahlberg on Tuesday night said she enjoyed the movie, but didn’t get enough time to speak with the Hollywood celebrity.

Diana Lehmann of Dorchester received two tickets to attend the "Broken City" private party at Wahlburgers and an opportunity to meet the "Broken City" star.

After the movie, Lehmann said she met with Wahlberg for a couple of  minutes during photos, but didn’t have a chance to have a conversation with him because it was very rushed. 

“I would have loved to have learned more about his charity,” she said. “Overall, I don’t think my prize was maximized to its potential but was memorable enough to tell friends and family about.”

Lehmann took her husband as her guest and the two were given access to a tent set up outside of Wahlburgers.  Lehmann said she was denied access into the burger restaurant which was only open to family and sponsors.

MillicentBroderick January 22, 2013 at 05:21 PM
Raffle tickets were 2 tickets for $10. The larger access would be for people who paid big bucks for the privilege. That's show biz. Ms Lehmann can access info on the Foundation on line. :o)
Tom Sanders September 05, 2013 at 02:35 PM
Come on now, your gonna make excuses for someone who has such a huge ego that he's forgotten where he came from? He's still a human being like the rest of us and no better either. Actors and LA, what a joke. I've never seen such egotism in individuals that consistently give themselves awards for showing up To work and getting paid millions. What a joke an we created the joke so now I got to listen to people like you.
MillicentBroderick September 05, 2013 at 04:23 PM
Mr. Sanders Where is sense of humor?

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