A well-liked TikTok and OnlyFans star has had her Perth event cancelled by police because of crowd chaos.
Anna Paul, who’s touring with activewear model STAX, had deliberate an event in a clothes retailer in Perth’s Hay Avenue Mall.
Organisers anticipated 200-300 folks to attend, however a considerably bigger crowd confirmed up.
Footage posted to TikTok present the followers ready exterior, chanting, and police making an attempt to disperse them.
Police said tensions among the crowd and queue jumping lead to several people collapsing and needing medical assistance from St John Ambulance.
Fans were seen lining up for the event at 8am.
One person claimed fans had camped overnight to meet the star.
“I got there at 2am and got to see her but only for a split second and barely could say anything but still very grateful. So sad it got cancelled,” a fan said.
The Queenslander, who has over five million TikTok fans and two million on Instagram, posted to social Media apologising to fans and saying she’d tried to work with police to manage it.
“Due to safety, the West Australian Police had to shut down the Perth meet and greet early,” she wrote.
“It became a huge safety hazard.”
“Thank you for being amazing,” she wrote.
“I am so so sorry. We tried our best to work with the police but it got too much.”
“Your safety is our #1 concern always. I love you.”
The event was anticipated to run from 12pm-4pm.
Police stated the scale of the group coupled with the “lack of appropriate security and other event planning in place,” the event was closed down in session with retailer administration.
Anna blew up on the social Media platform after followers watched her blossom from a “broke” younger lady right into a massively profitable content material creator.