Madonna pulls down female fan's top at Brisbane concert
Pop star Madonna, who has been letting her emotions get the better of her at her performances, invited a female fan to join her on stage during a show here, and ended up pulling down the teen's corset-style top, exposing her breast
Brisbane: Pop star Madonna, who has been letting her emotions get the better of her at her performances, invited a female fan to join her on stage during a show here, and ended up pulling down the teen's corset-style top, exposing her breast. The singer has drawn criticism for the act.
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The fan was a 17-year-old, who came to attend Madonna's Rebel Hearts concert on Thursday night.
While the move is considered indecent assault in Australia, police have confirmed no complaint has been lodged regarding the incident, reports dailymail.co.uk.
The fan, a Gold Coast-based model, says she doesn't think the incident is “such a big deal”, even though her modesty was violated by the Queen of Pop in front of thousands of fans.
She told the Courier Mail: “Only I get to decide if I’m humiliated or not - why would people assume I am humiliated by my own breast, n****e or body?”
“I didn’t realise my b**b was such a big deal -- it was nothing to me,” she added.
The young fan, who was wearing her mother's corset-style top at the time, told the publication that she also suffered a wardrobe malfunction and the only reason she looked so “surprised” was because she was standing alongside her idol.
The teenager was plucked from the side of the stage after she had earlier swapped her $99 tickets for better $500 tickets with someone at the gate.
She said that the "Material Girl" star had “noticed” her during the show, and she was then invited to get up on stage by a member of her entourage.
Once she was there, Madonna said: “She's the kind of girl that you just want to slap on the a** and pull...,” as she tore down the the teen's corset-style top.
“Oh s**t.' 'Oh sorry, sexual harassment. You can do the same to me if you like... you want to make my hole big again,” she continued, gesturing towards her nether regions.
The Queensland-based aspiring young actress says that despite Australian law deeming it a crime to touch someone indecently without their consent, she would never sue the pop star.
Madonna has also been criticised for lip-syncing and accused of being drunk.