Anna Paul’s STAX pop-up cancelled over safety concerns as hundreds gather to meet OnlyFans star


WA Police have been compelled to shut down an occasion in Perth’s CBD after hundreds gathered to meet OnlyFans star Anna Paul.

The influencer, who has greater than 5 million followers on TikTok and one other two million on Instagram, is on the town with activewear model STAX to promote their new collaboration. It adopted occasions in Melbourne and Sydney earlier this week.

The model was anticipating about 200 to 300 individuals to attend the four-hour occasion, however WA Police was compelled to act after a number of individuals collapsed.

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“A significantly larger crowd than expected attended the event,” a WA Police spokesperson mentioned.

“Tensions among some parts of the crowd were noticed to increase with allegations of ‘queue-jumping’ and police requested the assistance of St John Ambulance after several people collapsed and required medical assistance.

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“Due to the size of the crowd and lack of appropriate security and other event planning in place to cope with the larger than expected crowd, and in consultation with the store management, the event was closed down and police commenced dispersing the crowd from the area.”

Paul launched an announcement on Instagram to affirm police had directed organisers to cancel the occasion.

“Due to safety the West Australia Police had to shut down the Perth meet and greet early,” she wrote.

“It became a huge safety hazard. Thank you for being amazing… I am so so sorry. We tried our very best to work with the police but it got too much. Your safety is always our #1 concern always. Safety is #1 always. I love you.”

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STAX house owners Don Robertson and Matilda Murray issued their very own assertion, confirming the “unfortunate news”, writing: ”(we) have been directed by Perth Police that due to crowd controls we’re unable to proceed with at this time’s meet and greet”.

“We are overwhelmed with the response and cannot thank you all so much for continuingly supporting STAX and all that we do.

“As you can imagine this is not how we foresaw today going, I am personally heartbroken that we cannot go ahead.”

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