Nick Jonas Groped During Jonas Brothers Concert – Fans Call Out ‘Disrespectful’ Behavior

Nick Jonas Groped

Jonas Brothers fans are not happy with “disrespectful” behavior at a recent concert.

In a video captured and shared online by an assistant, you can see a fan grabbing Nick Jonas’s leg, his butt and then sliding his hand down the singer’s leg during the Los Angeles band show in The Hollywood Bowl

During the awkward encounter, Nick is singing “Only Human” and in a moment pushes the hand of the fan, while the security tries to take away those attending the concert and tell them to stop. ET has contacted the Jonas Brothers representative for comments.

While the singer has not yet commented on the incident, many fans have expressed their disgust and anger towards the person.

“WTF this is very disrespectful!” a Twitter user commented next to the video.

A fan even apologized to the singer on behalf of her fandom: “Dear @nickjonas on behalf of the rest of the fandom, I really want to apologize for what happened in the Hollywood Bowl. No one should be touched that way without consent, for a stranger. I hope the rest of us can make up for it by showing them what respect is. #happinessbeginstour. “

Yet another fan tweeted: “That is just crossing the line of boundaries.”

After the concert, Jonas and his wife, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, were photographed leaving Craig’s restaurant in West Hollywood.

Nick Jonas & Priyanka Chopra Leaving Craig's

ET recently sat down with Chopra, where he talked about how they will celebrate their first wedding anniversary.

“I don’t know [what we will do for our first anniversary],” the actress told Rachel Smith of ET while promoting her new movie, The Sky Is Pink. “I asked and they said: ‘Why do you ask so many questions?’ I was like, ‘OK, you plan on it.’ But I just [wondered] what we’re going to do and he said, ‘Don’t ask.’ So I said yes. “

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