Riverdale star Lili Reinhart unexpectedly calls out fan after 'inappropriate' encounter

Ruben Ruiz
September 7, 2017

The cast of "Riverdale" had a odd encounter with a fan recently when they were approached on a night out.

The fan apparently spotted the cast hanging out over the weekend in the city the show shoots and chose to approach co-star Cole Sprouse to express her love for the show.

The CW star posted a cutting series of tweets to a fan that was upset by an interaction she had with Reinhart and her co-star, and alleged boyfriend, Cole Sprouse.

"Cole's response to you was 'do I know you?' After you rudely invaded our space and got in our faces". The fan claims that she saw the cast out in downtown Vancouver and was drunk when she spotted them. "To the man who has showed me more attractive places in the past year than I have ever seen in my whole life", she captioned an Instagram pic of Sprouse.

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In a report by Entertainment Weekly, the fan stated that Cole Sprouse asked her who she was in an extremely rude manner. As Nicki Swift reported, she hit back at a body shamer in May 2017. That's just my personality tho right I'm just friendly like that ... "Don't become a celeb if you want privacy, you get paid for having fans so respect them or be nice at least". Maybe she got him confused with K.J. Apa, who plays Archie?

"It's easy to make us look like the bad guys because you think there's no chance in hell we would ever call you out on it", she continued. She began: "You do not have the right to approach STRANGERS and throw your arms around us like you know us". Second, I'm dying to see Reinhart's response to this. It's a pleasant surprise and ends up being a story you can tell basically anyone that will listen from here on out. Celebrities are entitled to their privacy, but a scorned fan does not deserve the backlash of the internet.

Who do you feel like was wrong in this situation?

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