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Trisha Paytas reveals wild story of how she was shot at by a celebrity

by Virginia Glaze
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YouTube star Trisha Paytas is known for the wild moments that have occurred throughout her career as an entertainer, but fans weren’t expecting a crazy story she told on the H3H3 Podcast.

While Paytas has done everything from making music to modeling and more, the social media celebrity is best recognized for her emotional videos opening up to fans on her kitchen floor, as well as her beef with other personalities on the net.

Thus, it came as little surprise to viewers when she squashed her famous feud with H3H3’s Ethan Klein by appearing on his podcast — but their discussion soon turned to a topic that left their jaws on the floor.

Trisha Paytas, Instagram
YouTube star Trisha Paytas was asked to tell her wildest stories on the H3H3 Podcast – and she didn't disappoint.

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Paytas was in the middle of the podcast when Klein’s wife and comedy partner, Hila, asked about the YouTuber’s storied past; more specifically, her wild nights in her younger years.

Her answer came as quite a shock when she revealed that she’d been shot at by an unnamed celebrity when she was 22 years old, who she refused to identify for fear that he would sue her for telling the wild tale.

Trisha Paytas, YouTube
Paytas is best known for her videos filmed on her kitchen floor, where she usually opens up to fans about her daily life.

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“I had a guy that just liked to shoot at your head when he was f**ked up,” she answered. “He got off, like, almost killing you. But he was like, ‘I’m not such a good shot, I’m not going to,’ and he would shoot around your head.”

The YouTuber went on to claim that the incident took place in Malibu, California, and that she was even forced to sign an NDA — even though she was under the influence of questionable substances.

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“For me, I left right away, because I thought he was going to kill me because I was f**ked up,” she continued. “I remember I got in my car and left. ...he’s like, it turns him on to shoot guns. ...he told me to stand over there, and just shot around my head. That’s what I remember.”

Despite claiming that the incident was “consensual,” Klein expressed great concern over the morality of the situation and her safety — but thanks to their informative discussion on NDAs, it looks like Paytas is going to review some of the more sketchy agreements she’s made in the past.