Demi Lovato Offends Fans With Tweet About ‘Lady Of The Night’ Prank

Sergio Cunningham
June 5, 2018

"So sorry if anyone was offended " she wrote.

The 25-year-old singer was rattling through one of her friendly Q&As with fans when one curious Lovatic (a Demi Lovato die-hard, for those who don't know) quizzed her on the "funniest prank" she's ever pulled.

A number of Twitter users took Lovato to task, saying that she was admitting to a serious episode of sexual harassment, an issue that has drawn growing attention amid the rise of the #MeToo movement.

During a Q&A on social media Sunday night, the pop star fielded fan questions about everything from her relationship status (she's ready to settle down) to whether she likes pasta (shockingly, no).

Demi responded in a now deleted tweet, "I hired a lady of the night in Vegas and sent her to Max's hotel room to surprise him".

That also set off fans, who thought the comparison between sexual assault and jelly beans was minimizing at the least.

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Another person tweeted: 'So she hired someone to walk into someone's room and sexually assault him.

Demi Lovato is in hot water with fans after tweeting her story of a "prank" she pulled on a friend which many called out as an instance of sexual assault. On top of that, the sex worker's decision to grab his private parts against his will constitutes assault. But right now, it's kind of one of those things where the lyrics speak for me. "You don't have to educate me".

Shortly afterwards, an apology message appeared on screen for those watching on iPlayer, which read: 'We apologise if you've been offended by anything in this stream'.

"I've got shame, I've got scars / That I'll never show / I'm a survivor / In more ways than you know", she sings on the track.

Noticing the cyber torches and pitchforks coming her way, Demz deleted the tweet and offered a non-apology apology that was sure to nip the problem in the bud.

'I've done worse things to Max, just quietly, ' Kyle added.

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