UPDATE: Ally Brooke responded to the incident(s).
"I am thankful that I or anyone else was not injured, as these incidents could have gone awry,” Hernandez tells ET. “I love the fans and appreciate their excitement and love for us, however, these situations could easily escalate in the wrong direction for us and the fans.”
“I am fine though,” the “Worth It” singer continued. “I love our fans and am excited to continue performing my heart out on our 7/27 Tour!"
UPDATE // SEPTEMBER 30: What is going on? During Fifth Harmony's show in Monterrey, another fan jumped on stage and lunged at Ally Brooke, which prompted security to pull the fan off of her. Fortunately, it didn't phase Brooke too much; she continued on with the show like a real professional, but if she also chose to storm off stage for a minute it's understandable. Twice in one week? Monterrey loves you, boo.
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EARLIER // SEPTEMBER 28:
An overly excited Harmonizer practically tackled Ally Brooke as the group made their way through an airport in Monterrey, Mexico.
Fifth Harmony has a 7/27 show slated for the Auditorio Banamex in Monterrey on Thursday (Sep. 29), and it's off to a rocky start. As the girls made their way to a car service, a hoard of fans swarmed them, and though they had security... it wasn't enough. Someone literally grabbed Brooke by the arm and nearly chucked her to the ground.
— Shady Facts 5H (@ShadyFacts5H) September 28, 2016
Last month, the girls axed their last five U.S. tour dates, including three shows in Washington, one in San Diego and another in Vegas. They never clarified why, but in the weeks to come, Camila Cabello would run off stage mid-performance due to anxiety, and Lauren Jauregui burst into tears during her solo in "No Way." They also recently cancelled the remaining shows on of their European leg without further details.
It appears the mayhem never ends.