By Amanda Wicks
Ally Brooke has been having a rough week, to say the least. When Fifth Harmony performed in Mexico last night (September 29), a fan rushed the stage and tried to embrace her before a security guard caught him and dragged him off stage.
Fifth Harmony was performing in Auditorio Banamex when a young man wearing a bright blue shirt rushed at Brooke and started to hug her. A security guard pulled the fan off Brooke, but he wouldn’t let go right away and pulled her hair as he was dragged away. Because he clung so tightly to her, she lost her balance when the guard finally yanked him off and fell to the stage.
Brooke didn’t let the moment stop her. If anything, she went right back into performing, introducing the group’s awesome guitarist who let loose a solo.
But considering that this marks the second–that’s right, second–attack from a fan this week, it’s got to be a scary thing. When Fifth Harmony arrived at the Monterrey airport earlier this week, a fan lunged at Brooke. She tweeted after the attack for fans to be careful. “That was scary,” she shared.
More and more artists are taking precautions when it comes to interacting with their fans, especially after a deranged fan shot and killed Christina Grimmie during a meet and greet following her Orlando show in June. After that tragedy, Drake canceled all meet and greets on his Summer Sixteen Tour.
Fifth Harmony's Ally Brooke ATTACKED again, this time on stage. https://t.co/JSkEnQeEiX—
Pop Crave (@PopCrave) September 30, 2016