Viral video shows Nick Jonas being groped at his own concert

A video of a fan continuously groping him went viral on social media

Entertainment Desk October 28, 2019

A video has recently gone viral on social media and people cannot digest the way a woman allegedly harassed singer Nick Jonas at his own concert. The fact that it showed the musician being groped as he performed onstage has left his fans baffled.

The clip was uploaded on Twitter by a fan who attended the Jonas Brothers concert that happened earlier this week in Los Angeles. It showed how another one of their fans continued to grab Nick's legs regardless of being stopped by the security. Nick himself kept pulling away several times. Regardless of this, she continued to lure her hand inappropriately without any resentment.

The incident happened at the Hollywood Bowl, where Nick and his brothers Kevin and Joe were performing during a stop on the Jonas Brothers' Happiness Begins tour.

Nick has made no official comment on the situation and simply thanked his fans for two sold out concerts.

"Hollywood Bowl night 2. Thank you to every single one of you who made these two sold out nights so incredible," tweeted the singer. "I am so grateful."

To this, his fans continued to apologise in the comment section as they condemned the behaviour of the woman, identifying it as sexual assault. “That is sexual assault. She went and touched him without his consent in a place that’s not hers to touch and it makes me so sick," tweeted one user. Another wrote, “This person is literally assaulting Nick right on stage. This is so disgusting! They should have thrown her out and banned her from future events.”

They continued, “It’s sad, just because people pay tickets for their shows, they feel entitled to touch them where ever they want. Yet forgetting that’s assault if you wanna to be specific.”

While others responded to the video adding a lot more to fathom:

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