• Millie Bobby Brown talked about a harrowing interaction with a fan who can't take no for an answe
  • The 'Stranger Things' star shared that this happened while she was out with her mom 
  • The actress tearfully asked her followers to be more respectful 

Millie Bobby Brown has tearfully detailed her interaction with a fan that left her feeling upset.

After deleting her TikTok account, a devastated “Stranger Things” star took to her Instagram Story on Monday to share a harrowing experience with a demanding fan while she was shopping with her mom. Brown narrated that a fan recognized her and asked if she could take a video of the actress.

“I said, ‘Um, no.' But why would anyone want to be taken a video of? Of me? It's not like of the both of us," Brown explained.

"I don't need to justify it to anyone. If I don't want to be taken a video of, I don't have to be,” the “Enola Holmes” star added.

Despite declining to have her video taken, the persistent fan followed Brown even when she was about to pay. The 16-year-old shared that the supporter walked past her and started to take a video of her again.

“And I said, ‘I'm a human being. Like, what more can I ask from you?'" Brown told her fan, who retaliated with a satirical question, “So I can't take a video of a human being?”

“No, not when I said no,” Brown told the fan, and wondered, "Where are my rights to say no?" The upset actress then asked for respect from her supporters, and instructed them to be polite not just toward her but to others as well.

“It just makes me upset when people try to push the boundary, and I just wish people were more respectful,” Brown added, explaining that she still felt overwhelmed by the terrifying experience.

The teen star went on to request that her followers practice good manners all the time by showing “more respect for others, no matter who they are, what they do.” Meanwhile, avid fans of Brown were quick to conclude that this upsetting interaction was the reason she deactivated her TikTok account.

Many also expressed concern over how Brown was distraught during her video, but she later assured them that she was fine and just emotional because she felt “uncomfortable and disrespected.”

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Millie Bobby Brown is pictured attending the MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 27, 2017, in Inglewood, California. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images