Sadie Robertson had quite a scare.
The 20-year-old Duck Dynasty star took to social media on Monday night to share a "frightening" story, in which she claimed three men were following her around at the mall, impressing how important it is to "be aware of your surroundings."
"I smile with joy, peace, and thankfulness tonight before going to bed," the reality star wrote on Instagram alongside a selfie. "Tonight was a very frightening night. I walked out into the parking garage and saw a white van parked beside my car with 3 men that had previously been following me in the mall. You hear this story all the time... I won't go into the details of mine; however, I'm very thankful tonight to be writing y'all a message of awareness. Even though we serve a GOOD God let me remind you that scary things can happen at any time, because until the day Jesus comes back evil will still be in the world."
Robertson continued by writing how "thankful" she was to have joy in her life and to "not have to fear anything in the world because this world is not my home, I'm thankful for the big picture, and honestly I'm really thankful for good people."
"Secondly, I want to encourage everyone to be aware of your surroundings," she continued. "We hear this a lot, but then we also snap chat a lot if ya know what I mean. We aren't necessarily the most aware of our surroundings generation, but a minute of not paying attention tonight could of created a whole different life for me."
On Tuesday, the reality star returned to Instagram to share her cover of Miley Cyrus' "Malibu" and thank "every single person who said they have been praying for me to have peace today."
"Working on texting everyone back, and just want to thank everyone on Instagram too," she added. "It's been so nice relaxing and singing with my sweet friend today. This community is amazing. Keep encouraging each other!"
Robertson was recently cast in a new Hallmark Channel film, Sun, Sand and Romance, and wrapped her filming in Mexico last week. Last year, ET spoke with her about making her feature film debut in the faith-based drama God's Not Dead 2.
"It was so cool," she gushed to ET at the film’s premiere in April. "I've been kind of easing my way into movies and this was the perfect way to do it, with something that means something to me."
For more on Robertson's budding film career, watch below.