Cops in Los Angeles were called for a wellness check on popular TikTok star Gabbie Hanna after concerned fans saw she posted nearly 100 bizarre and unsettling videos in one day.
Hanna, who goes by the name “TraumaQueen” and has over 7 million followers on the popular social media app, posted the series of videos on Wednesday, with the short clips showing her in her home hysterically crying, laughing, yelling, and even pleaded for help and “prayers” after claiming someone had broken in to her house.
In one video, what appears to be lipstick is scrawled across a mirror. And some of the posts had to do with religion.
Concerned Fans Call LAPD For Wellness Check After TikToker’s Series Of Bizarre Videos
The 31-year-old’s fans took note and worried about Hanna’s well-being, leading to an influx of calls to LAPD to check on her, sources within the department told TMZ.
The outlet reports that Hanna spoke to responding officers at her door for several minutes before they called a psychological evaluation team to the scene.
Medical professionals reportedly had a long conversation with Hanna, but ultimately determined she wasn’t a threat to herself or anybody else and allowed her to stay in her home.
TMZ reports that Hanna was provided with some resources for the next time she an episode.
TikToker Was Recent Target Of Internet Trolls, Previously Diagnosed With Bipolar Disorder
While no specific reason was given for the mental health issue, Hanna had recently been the target of internet trolls, who mocked her after she claimed she wanted to “save the world.”
Hanna stopped posting videos after meeting with police and psychologists.
She had previously revealed she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, which causes extreme mood swings that include emotional highs, that results in mania or hypomania, and lows, which can cause depression, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Internet Personality Has Amassed Millions Of Followers Since Launching Career Back In 2013
Page Six reports that the 31-year-old Internet personality began posting videos online in 2013, and eventually amassing a sizable fanbase on social media over the last nine years.
Hanna has published two books, “Adultolesence” in 2017 and “Dandelion” in 2020. Both went on to become New York Times bestsellers, according to Page Six.
She has also dabbled in music, having released her debut single “Out Loud” in 2017.
Those who feel in need of a crisis counselor or a therapist can find one locally here.