JoJo Siwa’s Pride party was apparently interrupted by a visit from the police and the paramedics after one of her guests reportedly experienced a medical emergency.
According to law enforcement sources who spoke to TMZ, police were called to Siwa’s San Fernando Valley home a little after 8 p.m. on Wednesday after someone reported that a man around 30 years old had potentially overdosed on LSD. Sources “connected to the party” told the outlet that the man showed up to the party high and “in pretty rough shape.” The man was transported to the hospital, and police determined that no crime was committed. The man’s identity and condition have not been disclosed.
Earlier that day, some of the details from the over-the-top celebration was shared on Instagram, which featured rainbow-colored everything, a bouncy house, a candy buffet, and the pop star’s fully bedazzled piano. She was joined at the event by her girlfriend, Kylie Prew, YouTube star Tana Mongeau, and a number of other high-profile social media influencers. Siwa first came out in January of this year and has since used her platform to voice her love and support for the LGBTQ+ community. The day prior to her party, she shared a video message on Instagram, saying, “I am so excited to celebrate Pride with all of you! Everyone was so supportive of my own journey this year. It has been the best ever. Finding true love and also just being part of a community that is so happy and so loving and so accepting. It just feels like the best thing ever and I am the happiest that I have literally ever been.”
A representative for Siwa was not immediately available for comment.
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