James Charles slams fans for lack of privacy after shock stalker turned up at his house 

A YouTube star who boasts over 11 million subscribers and is one of Kylie Jenner‘s make-up artists has made an impassioned online plea to followers to stop turning up on his doorstep.

James Charles, 19, who lives in Los Angeles, took to Twitter to slam his lack of privacy, revealing that he felt unsafe in his own home.

The New York born-influencer frequently shares pictures of his plush California pad online, but revealed this weekend that he couldn’t focus on his work because of another uninvited visitor.

Taking to Twitter, the teenager told his 2.3 million followers: ‘Please stop showing up at my house. I will not hug you, I will not take a photo with you, and I absolutely will not sign your palette. 

‘It is extremely disrespectful & makes me feel very unsafe in my own home. Respect people’s privacy, it’s really not that hard.’

While he received a broadly sympathetic response from fans, others were less supportive with one telling him: ‘Don’t put your whole life on YouTube then.’ 

James Charles, 19, a viral make-up artist who lives in LA, took to Twitter late on Sunday night to slam his lack of privacy, revealing that he felt unsafe in his own home

James Charles, 19, a viral make-up artist who lives in LA, took to Twitter late on Sunday night to slam his lack of privacy, revealing that he felt unsafe in his own home

James Charles, 19, a viral make-up artist who lives in LA, took to Twitter late on Sunday night to slam his lack of privacy, revealing that he felt unsafe in his own home

Taking to Twitter, the teenager wrote: 'Please stop showing up at my house. I will not hug you, I will not take a photo with you, and I absolutely will not sign your palette. 'It is extremely disrespectful & makes me feel very unsafe in my own home. respect people's privacy, it's really not that hard'

Taking to Twitter, the teenager wrote: 'Please stop showing up at my house. I will not hug you, I will not take a photo with you, and I absolutely will not sign your palette. 'It is extremely disrespectful & makes me feel very unsafe in my own home. respect people's privacy, it's really not that hard'

Taking to Twitter, the teenager wrote: ‘Please stop showing up at my house. I will not hug you, I will not take a photo with you, and I absolutely will not sign your palette. ‘It is extremely disrespectful & makes me feel very unsafe in my own home. respect people’s privacy, it’s really not that hard’

He later went back on Twitter to add: ‘I am so annoyed. I was supposed to be done filming hours ago and now I can’t even focus.’

Many fans reacted with horror, expressing their sympathy such as one who told him: ‘It’s crazy how hard it is for people to understand something so simple. ‘

Agreeing, another added: ‘The fact that this even has to be said is beyond me. I feel weird going to my own neighbor’s house let alone someone I don’t even know.’

And addressing the fact that many of James’ fanbase are children and teenagers, another encouraged him to call the police, adding: ‘It is unfathomable that those parents took their kids to come stalk you. As a parent, I would never. I hope you called the cops.’

The New York born-influencer frequently shares pictures of his plush pad in California, but revealed this weekend that he couldn't focus, hinting at another uninvited visitor

The New York born-influencer frequently shares pictures of his plush pad in California, but revealed this weekend that he couldn't focus, hinting at another uninvited visitor

The New York born-influencer frequently shares pictures of his plush pad in California, but revealed this weekend that he couldn’t focus, hinting at another uninvited visitor

James, a YouTube star who boasts over 11 million subscribers and has done Kylie Jenner's make-up, went online to plead with folllowers to stop turning up on his doorstep

James, a YouTube star who boasts over 11 million subscribers and has done Kylie Jenner's make-up, went online to plead with folllowers to stop turning up on his doorstep

James, a YouTube star who boasts over 11 million subscribers and has done Kylie Jenner’s make-up, went online to plead with folllowers to stop turning up on his doorstep

He later went back on Twitter to add: 'I am so annoyed. I was supposed to be done filming hours ago and now I can't even focus.'

He later went back on Twitter to add: 'I am so annoyed. I was supposed to be done filming hours ago and now I can't even focus.'

He later went back on Twitter to add: ‘I am so annoyed. I was supposed to be done filming hours ago and now I can’t even focus.’

But some argued that this type of behaviour comes with the territory of being an online sensation. 

One tweeted: ‘I totally agree with you but you shouldn’t have showed your house to millions. This what annoys me about YouTubers/celebrities. They show their house and then act surprised when people show up at their house.’

Arguing that his fans ‘made him’, another added: ‘Don’t put your whole life on Youtube then. I personally don’t know who you are but just remember without your fans you’d be a nobody.’

James, seen in his swimming pool, later went back on Twitter to add: 'I am so annoyed. I was supposed to be done filming hours ago and now I can't even focus.'

James, seen in his swimming pool, later went back on Twitter to add: 'I am so annoyed. I was supposed to be done filming hours ago and now I can't even focus.'

James, seen in his swimming pool, later went back on Twitter to add: ‘I am so annoyed. I was supposed to be done filming hours ago and now I can’t even focus.’

James rocketed to fame with his make-up tutorials, before becoming the first male CoverGirl ambassador in 2016 has released a successful make-up collaboration with Morphe

James rocketed to fame with his make-up tutorials, before becoming the first male CoverGirl ambassador in 2016 has released a successful make-up collaboration with Morphe

James rocketed to fame with his make-up tutorials, before becoming the first male CoverGirl ambassador in 2016 has released a successful make-up collaboration with Morphe

The beauty guru has also done Kylie Jenner's make-up, and worked with her on Halloween looks

The beauty guru has also done Kylie Jenner's make-up, and worked with her on Halloween looks

The beauty guru has also done Kylie Jenner’s make-up, and worked with her on Halloween looks

Fans among his 2.3 million Twitter reacted with horror, expressing their sympathy with the online star.

Fans among his 2.3 million Twitter reacted with horror, expressing their sympathy with the online star.

Fans among his 2.3 million Twitter reacted with horror, expressing their sympathy with the online star.

But others jumped to his defence, writing: ‘Just because his life is on YouTube that allows randoms to show up to his private home and demand things? That’s really sick. Real fans would respect him & not use the ‘we made you’ excuse because that’s really sh**** thinking anyway’.

Agreeing, another remarked: ‘People who are saying ‘you chose this life’ are part of the problem. Taking pictures & signing palettes is obviously fine any other time. He’s meant to feel safe in the comfort of his own home, not feel like his life is possibly at risk.’ 

FEMAIL has contacted James for comment. 

James rocketed to fame with his make-up tutorials, before becoming the first male CoverGirl ambassador in 2016 has released a successful make-up collaboration with Morphe.

The beauty guru has also done Kylie Jenner’s make-up, and worked with her on Halloween looks.

Some fans argued that this type of behaviour came with the territory of being an online hit, with one tweeting: 'It comes with the territory kid'

Some fans argued that this type of behaviour came with the territory of being an online hit, with one tweeting: 'It comes with the territory kid'

Some fans argued that this type of behaviour came with the territory of being an online hit, with one tweeting: ‘It comes with the territory kid’

He often shares glimpses inside his glamorous home in LA and recently bought his first car, posing in front of his house on the driveway

He often shares glimpses inside his glamorous home in LA and recently bought his first car, posing in front of his house on the driveway

He often shares glimpses inside his glamorous home in LA and recently bought his first car, posing in front of his house on the driveway

Despite being just 19, the make-up artist boasts an enviable lifestyle thanks to sponsorships earned due to his large online following, living in a stylishly decorated pad in California

Despite being just 19, the make-up artist boasts an enviable lifestyle thanks to sponsorships earned due to his large online following, living in a stylishly decorated pad in California

Despite being just 19, the make-up artist boasts an enviable lifestyle thanks to sponsorships earned due to his large online following, living in a stylishly decorated pad in California

 

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