Lady Gaga used to put her fans first, but that may be changing.
In the same week the "Born This Way" singer defended her right to wear fur in the face of angry animal-loving fans, she stood by as one of her little monsters was tackled to the ground for trying to get close to her.
In a video uploaded to YouTube on Thursday, Gaga is seen walking through the lobby of a hotel in Bucharest, Romania, as a not-very-little monster runs through a revolving door to get her autograph. Gaga can be seen putting her hands up in fright as the man is tackled to the ground by her security guards. The pop star then continues on her way.
The overzealous fan was eventually let go and retreated into the throng of Gaga lovers and media outside the hotel. Though Gaga didn't comment on the event, she appeared to be thrilled about being in Eastern Europe.
"SO EXCITED to be in Romania performing at an outdoor stadium tonight !" she wrote on Twitter on Thursday morning. "Thank you so much for all the love from downstairs, i could hear u!"
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Gaga in the offending Hermes fur coat. (WENN)
On Sunday, Gaga was blasted for stepping out in Bulgaria in a fur coat by Hermes, which she later confirmed was real. The move came a week after PETA slammed her for wearing a pink mink coat in New York.
Gaga issued a lengthy statement on Wednesday about her choice to wear what she called "a museum piece de resistance."
"I have truly always stayed away from skinned fur, especially I have never been able to afford a nice one, but this does not mean my morals are rigid and that I won't bend at the sight of an absolute art piece of a coat," she wrote. "I respect your views, please respect mine."