TikTok star Gabbie Hanna gets welfare check from police

TikTok star Gabbie Hanna told fans that police came to her home to conduct a wellness check after she posted 100 videos in one day.

Hanna said that when the officers left her Los Angeles home, they left her a “wellness card.”

TMZ went on to report that her videos in question prompted tons of people to flood the LAPD with phone calls asking them to check in with her.

The outlet noted that Gabbie greeted officers at her door and chatted for a few minutes before officers called a psychological team to evaluate her. The medical professionals interviewed Gabbie and determined that she was not a threat to herself or others and that she was allowed to stay at home.

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TikTok star Gabbie Hanna confirmed that police had arrived at her home after she posted a series of harrowing videos.

Gabbie, 31, who uses the video sharing platform “Trauma Queen” appeared to stop posting to her account after police visited her.

When Gabbie’s account received a flood of comments from concerned fans, Cecilia, the social media star’s sister, replied that Gabbie’s health and well-being were not their concern.

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Hanna, 31, has previously revealed that she suffers from bipolar disorder.

“This video was filmed and posted all day before anything happened, or at least before we knew it. We are all in PA and she is in LA,” Cecilia wrote, according to a screenshot of the fan.


She has over 7.5 million followers on TikTok.



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“We’re doing what we can do from here. at the end of the day, you are all strangers on the internet and it is none of your business, regardless of your level of concern.”

Gabbie previously revealed that she had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, which can cause severe mood swings.

Cecilia said she and her family are “doing what we can” but had limited options because Gabbie is an “adult” who lives on the “other side of the country” from her family.

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues discussed in this story, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text Crisis Text Line at 741741.

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