Everyone is so glad that Tana Mongeau is OK. The YouTuber opened up about a super scary experience — she claimed that she was almost killed by her Uber driver!
The 21-year-old recounted the story in a YouTube video called “I was ALMOST KILLED leaving Bella [Thorne]’s house last night…. a STORYTIME” on Monday, October 28. In the video, the MTV star revealed that she was leaving her ex-girlfriend’s birthday celebration at around 4 A.M. when she ordered an Uber. However, at the same time, she requested a Lyft that she forgot to cancel. When both cars showed up, the Uber driver was not pleased. Things got even worse when the influencer realized that the license plate on the car wasn’t the same as the one it listed on her app, but she decided to get into it anyway.
During the car ride, the social media star claimed that she was super uncomfortable and that the driver was pretty rude to her. She also said that she had no phone service and that the driver missed multiple turns on purpose — for her, that was the last straw. As soon as she saw the first sign of civilization, Tana got out of the car. She ended up at a gas station, but unfortunately it was closed.
“We’re in the middle of nowhere, there’s not a car anywhere. The freeway’s empty. No one’s at the gas station and the lights are off. We’re standing at this locked door and we see that the Uber is turning around and coming back,” she said.
The blonde beauty said that she ran behind the gas station to hide and ordered a new Uber. Thankfully, she got home safely. But that’s not where the story ended. Get this — Tana claimed that she ran into the Uber driver the next day at Best Buy.
“Maybe it was a coincidence, maybe he lives by me and was at a Best Buy at the same time as me,” Tana said, but she wasn’t convinced.
We take this very seriously, @tanamongeau. Please send us a DM with the phone number associated with your account as well as more information regarding your concern, so we can assist you further.
— Uber Support (@Uber_Support) October 29, 2019
Uber responded to her claims in a Tweet, writing, “We take this very seriously, @tanamongeau. Please send us a DM with the phone number associated with your account as well as more information regarding your concern, so we can assist you further.”
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