Mike Peretz, who recently paid $500 for a meet and greet with Demi Lovato, says the singer refused to make eye contact with fans and was uninterested in hearing what they had to say.
The University of Illinois student was allegedly shut down when he tried to tell Lovato that she inspired him.
"After she took her picture with me, I was like, ‘Hey, I want to let you know, I am bipolar and anorexic and I have struggled with a lot of those things. You have been a big part of helping me and an inspiration in getting me to a good place and you have really helped me and saved my life. I just want to say thank you,'” Peretz recalls to Hollywood Life.
"She finally looked away from the camera and was like, ‘OK,’ and then looked back and that was it...She never even really looked at me or anything, she never really looked at anyone."
Peretz adds, "When people go to you with their stories and you react like that, it can be dangerous. I am in a great place right now, but if I weren’t then, that could’ve been a dangerous thing. If you are someone’s inspiration, either adjust your brand or adjust your attitude at meet and greets. Especially when Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, and all these people are known for having really great meet and greets."
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