During pop sensation JoJo Siwa’s Wednesday evening Pride party, police and paramedics rushed to a medical issue at her home.
Representatives from the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) and the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) that paramedics and police went to a medical emergency on a San Fernando Valley Street that appears to match earlier footage of Siwa’s residence seen by CN News.
According to a spokeswoman, the LAFD was the first on the scene, arriving around 8:19 p.m. local time. Officers were dispatched to the home “approximately” 8:50 p.m. local time, according to an LAPD representative, but no crime was committed.
According to a LAFD spokesperson, the first 911 call indicated that the subject was a 30-year-old guy.
The LAFD spokeswoman could not reveal the nature of the medical emergency because only one ambulance was sent to the hospital.
Both the LAFD and the LAPD responded to Siwa’s residence in the Tarzana region of the San Fernando Valley, according to E! News.
According to TMZ, a gentleman in his 30s may have overdosed on LSD, citing law enforcement sources. The man arrived at the party high, according to the individuals at the event.
Siwa’s Pride Party, according to E! News, featured rainbow-themed decorations, a candy buffet, and a bounce house, according to presently inaccessible posts on the performer’s Instagram account.
Other influencers in attendance, according to reports, included Tana Mongeau, who uploaded a photo with Siwa from what seemed to be the party on Instagram.
Siwa, who is now 18 years old, is a hugely popular Nickelodeon artist who rose to fame after appearing in the reality show “Dance Moms.”
In January, she came out as a member of the LGBTQ community, and she later made her relationship with her partner public.
Siwa’s public declaration of her sexuality, according to media representation and mental health specialists, might make a significant difference in the lives of LGBTQ children and their parents, especially given her large young fanbase.
Siwa representatives did not react to Insider’s request for comment right away.