Joe Jonas Snubs Fan, Says "Get Out of Here" After Denying Pic?

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Joe Jonas refused to take a photo with a fan and was mean to them? Could this be true?

According to a report from RadarOnline, Joe allegedly told fan Andy Hertfeld and his friends to "get out of here" when they asked for a pic with the Jonas Bro.

Joe was out with girlfriend Blanda Eggenschwiler on Saturday and apparently didn't want to be disturbed during his date night in New York City.

When approached by the fan outside of Sauce restaurant, the fan explained, "As we were walking closer we saw that he was smoking a cigarette with Blanda, and the minute he saw us walking closer he threw it down. After we approached him, he shook his head no."

He added, "It was late, which we understood, but my friend asked for a picture anyway. That's when Joe flipped out on us he said, 'We do so much for you. We do everything and you want a picture? Get out of here.' My friend was in tears."

Sounds like Joe's patience was fried. Maybe he was having a really bad night.

According to the fan, Joe's friends also made fun of him and his friend.

Nick Jonas, who was also there, ignored the fans' requests as well, with the fan noting, "Nick didn't even stop or look in our direction. The entire thing completely broke my heart."

Something doesn't add up--the Jonas Brothers have always been incredibly generous to their fans, so we hope this isn't true

UPDATE! Joe's dad took to Twitter this morning about the alleged Joe snub, calling it nothing more than a silly rumor.

He tweeted: "Most rumors are silly. Tens of thousands greeted at shows, stopping for fans after every function, 7 years of taking pictures...silly"


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