’90 Day Fiancé’: Tom Brooks Says Fans Are Trying to ‘Trap’ Him to Make Him Look Bad
90 Day Fiancé personality Tom Brooks has had his fair share of wild fan interactions since becoming a reality TV star. Thankfully, though, he’s only had to have one person “removed from the property.”
“They just kind of continued coming over and every time I came through the lobby they wanted to like get a photo or talk. So I just had them removed from the building,” he said in an Instagram interview with The Domenick Nati Show on May 29.
Tom Brooks shares his ‘craziest’ ’90 Day Fiancé’ fan encounter
Tom says his “craziest fan” encounter occurred at a meet and greet he did in Canada.
“We had a meet and greet in Canada and there was a tattoo parlor next door. And Nancy, the woman, said, ‘I’m your biggest fan in Canada.’ And she had a great personality. And she said, ‘I’d love for you to sign my finger.’ So I sign her finger and she goes next door and has my signature tattooed on her finger. And that wasn’t the crazy bit,” said Tom.
He continued: “She said, ‘Do you know something? If you don’t like it, f*ck you. And if you do, I’m gonna go home and f*ck you!’”
Additionally, Tom says there are lots of people who cry when they meet him.
“There’s a lot of people that cry. And there’s always that huge shock of them actually meeting you. And, you’ve met me, I’m just a normal guy,” he said to the interviewer.
The types of DMs Tom Brooks receives from ’90 Day Fiancé’ fans
But Tom says where the really interesting stuff takes place is in his DMs.
“I get everything from people messaging me and it’s like, ‘Hi, how are you?’ I say, ‘Hey,’ and the next thing it’s a naked picture. Seriously. To really nice, genuine people, I’ve seen them on the show, a really nice person. To people that just can’t stand you, which is just like, why would you take the time out of your day to spend 25 minutes to write me an essay about how much you don’t like me? I never got that,” he said.
Tom says it’s not unusual for one person to message every man on 90 Day Fiancé in the hopes that one of them will message back.
“To people that just want to trap you. I think this year, in particular, more so than the first season I was on, there’s so many false accounts and people just trying to steal a little bit of the attention. It’s like, ‘Oh, I know. I’ll message every guy that’s in the show the same message. That one’s messaged me back, let’s have fun with it.’ Unfortunately, if you engage, then they print it all over the internet,” he said.