TikTok star Gabbie Hanna’s fans call cops for welfare check after she posted bizarre videos

TikTok star and vine legend Gabbie Hanna’s fans called the police for a welfare check after she posted over one hundred videos while she cried, yelled, and laughed claiming ‘God gave her the answers’ to help the world.

The series of clips by Hanna, 31, who referred to herself online as ‘Trauma Queen,’ caused concern for her 7.4 million followers on Wednesday – after she began posting videos outside of her daily Los Angeles ‘day in the life’ content.

Hanna has been open with her followers about her mental health struggles and diagnosis with ADHD as she continued to share daily videos with her fans since 2013 – but her recent string of was a ‘cry for help.’

Fans were immediately concerned as newly uploaded videos flooded Hanna’s TikTok on Wednesday with the latest one saying: ‘Someone just broke into my house, please, please just pray for me – just in case.’

Several of Hanna’s sporadic videos were about aliens, God, and how she ‘teleported to heaven, threw a temper tantrum, [and] came back down to save’ souls.’

She added, ‘I don’t give af*** if you don’t believe me.’

TikTok star Gabbie Hanna’s friend called the police for a welfare check after she posted a series of 100 videos while she cried, yelled, and laughed on Wednesday

Hanna, who refers to herself online as 'Trauma Queen,' left her more than 7.4 million followers concerned for her mental health on Wednesday

Hanna, who refers to herself online as ‘Trauma Queen,’ left her more than 7.4 million followers concerned for her mental health on Wednesday

Hanna has been open with her followers about her mental health struggles and diagnosis with ADHD since she became an influencer in 2013. Fans viewed her recent content as a 'call for help'

Hanna has been open with her followers about her mental health struggles and diagnosis with ADHD since she became an influencer in 2013. Fans viewed her recent content as a ‘call for help’

Hanna posted multiple videos back to back as millions viewed and thousands urgently commented.

‘Gabbie. I’m so sorry. Try these looks. I’m so scared for you. Genuinely,’ one fan commented.

Another added, ‘Someone needs to get her help!’

Fans speculated the TikTok star was having a manic episode, especially when she let a young stranger, Nicolas, into her home and posted multiple photos with him.

‘Wanna laugh your a** off. This is a stranger,’ Hanna said in a video with Nicolas before she called him a bot as he poured her a glass of water.

Minutes later posted videos insisting the ‘Garden of Eden’ was in the backyard and whether or not she should eat potentially ‘dangerous’ berries – as the stranger encouraged her in the background.

Hanna later kicked him out of her home and claimed he lied and knew who she was as an influencer.

The TikTok star let a young stranger, Nicolas, into her home and posted multiple photos with him.  Nicolas was encouraging her instead of calling for help, sparking outrage

The TikTok star let a young stranger, Nicolas, into her home and posted multiple photos with him. Nicolas was encouraging her instead of calling for help, sparking outrage

One of Hanna’s last videos showed her on the floor of her bedroom as she cried for help.

“I really need support right now because I did the right research, I performed the right rituals, with a clear heart, and mind, and body – and I saved our baby,” Hanna said.

‘Can anyone understand? The assimilation theory – you guys literally just watched a video game,’ she said about her various posts.

‘My sisters, help me,’ Hanna pleaded

The video was posted minutes after she opened up about having a ‘knife held to her throat’ when she was a kid.

Hanna’s last video was posted almost 24 hours ago when she claimed someone broke into her home. Fans watched the police had arrived to check in on her.

Meanwhile, other fans were afraid after the non-stop videos from Hanna stopped.

‘This hour of silence is the scariest part of this whole trip. I hope she called the police after she posted this,’ one fan commented after Hanna’s last video.

Another added, ‘It’s been nine damn hours, I need an update. I’m so worried.’

In one video, Hanna collapsed to the floor and begged for help before stopping her nonstop posts

In one video, Hanna collapsed to the floor and begged for help before stopping her nonstop posts

In the string of videos, Hannah opened up about the time she had a 'knife held to her throat' as a kid.  It was one of her last videos

In the string of videos, Hannah opened up about the time she had a ‘knife held to her throat’ as a kid. It was one of her last videos

Hanna has been silent on social media as fans worry about her well-being.  Police reportedly showed up at her home but deemed she wasn't a harm to herself

Hanna has been silent on social media as fans worry about her well-being. Police reportedly showed up at her home but deemed she wasn’t a harm to herself

LAPD said they received a rush of calls from multiple people concerned about Hanna’s mental health and well-being. They insisted the police perform a wellness check, according to TMZ.

The TikTok star answered her door when the officers arrived before they called in a psychological evaluation team.

Hanna was allegedly not treated after it was deemed that she was not a threat to herself.

The video stopped following police arriving at her door. Hanna has remained silent ever since.

Fans worry about Hanna after as she remains silent.  Some have traveled with Hanna since she became famous in 2013

Fans worry about Hanna after as she remains silent. Some have traveled with Hanna since she became famous in 2013

Hanna started her career in 2013 and quickly became one of the most popular influencers on social media. Her journey started on Vine – the now canceled app – that eventually led her to YouTube.

Along with being known for her videos on mental health and religion, she is also a singer and occasionally shares her performances online. Some of her hits include her 2017 song ‘Out Loud.’

Before becoming an internet sensation, she joined the University of Pittsburgh and graduated with a degree in psychology.

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