Nick Jonas Groped During Jonas Brothers Concert -- Fans Call Out 'Disrespectful' Behavior
By Liz Calvario
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Jonas Brothers fans are not happy with some "disrespectful" behavior at a recent concert.
In a video captured and shared online by an attendee, one fan can be seen grabbing Nick Jonas' leg, his butt and then sliding her hand up the singer's leg during the band's Los Angeles show at The Hollywood Bowl.
During the uncomfortable encounter, Nick is singing "Only Human" and at one point pushes the fan's hand away, as security attempts to move the concertgoer away and tell them to stop. ET has reached out to the Jonas Brothers' rep for comment.
While the singer has yet to comment on the incident, many fans have expressed their disgust and anger towards the person.
"WTF this is very disrespectful!!" one Twitter user commented alongside the video.
One fan even took it upon herself to apologize to the singer on behalf of their fandom: "Dear @nickjonas on behalf of the rest of the fandom I really want to apologize for what happened at the Hollywood Bowl. No one should be touched like that without consent, by a stranger. I hope the rest of us can make it up to you by showing what respect is. #happinessbeginstour."
Dear @nickjonas on behalf of the rest of the fandom I really want to apologize for what happened at the Hollywood Bowl. No one should be touched like that without consent, by a stranger. I hope the rest of us can make it up to you by showing what respect is. #happinessbeginstour
Following the concert, Jonas and his wife, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, were photographed leaving Craig's restaurant in West Hollywood.
ET recently sat down with Chopra, where she opened up about how the two are going to celebrate their first wedding anniversary.
"I don't know [what we're going to do for our one-year anniversary]," the actress told ET's Rachel Smith while promoting her new film, The Sky Is Pink. "I asked and I was told, 'Why do you ask so many questions?' I was like, 'OK, you plan it.' But I was just [wondering] what are we going to do and he was just like, 'Don't ask.' So I said, OK."