Dylan Mulvaney is back in the US for a flashy film festival in California while traveling to Peru, where she claimed she doesn’t feel safe in the US.
The 26-year-old transgender influencer looked in good spirits as she donned a daring dress at the acclaimed Outfest LGBTQ+ festival at the Orpheum Theater in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday.
The model opted for a sheer dress for the star-studded premiere, pairing the look with eye-catching eyeliner and a pair of black heels.
She enjoyed several photo ops on the pink carpet before posing for snaps with TikTok star Chris Olsen.
Mulvaney attended the screening of “Aristotle and Dante Discover the Mysteries of the Universe” directed by Aitch Alberto.
The Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival, taking place July 13-23, concludes with Sav Rodgers’ Chasing Chasing Amy at the Montalbán Theatre.
This year’s selection marks the first time in the event’s 41-year history that both the opening and closing films have been shot by trans filmmakers.
Mulvaney’s red carpet appearance came just days after she sought a change of scenery in Peru “to feel safe” following backlash from her partnership with Bud Light.
She told fans she no longer feels safe at home in the US after facing backlash in March for becoming the beer brand’s ambassador.
Mulvaney shared snaps and videos from her trip to the South American country, most notably posing next to the steps of Machu Picchu and a handful of llamas in an attempt to “sense something.”
“Okay, surprise,” she told fans in a TikTok video On Monday. “I’m in Peru! I’m in Machu Picchu. Isn’t that so nice?”
“I came here to feel something. And I definitely have. I’ve done shamanic ceremonies that were like 10 years of therapy, it was wild,” she explained.
“I saw a lot of llamas. The people here are so nice. I feel very safe here. It’s a little sad that I had to leave my country to feel safe, but that will eventually get better.”
After Mulvaney’s partnership with Bud Light Anheuser-Busch has lost more than $27 billion in market cap.