TWITCH travel star Tallulah caught the moment a man ‘sexually assaulted her in broad daylight’ while she was livestreaming her trip.
Tallulah has been in Bangkok filming a solo trip for her channel and will be reporting the incident to the police.
Her channel Awkward_Travels, which she also shares with Gaspard, is an extremely popular livestream channel with almost 78,000 followers.
Fans of the full-time travellers were shocked when a man walking behind Tallulah during a recent livestream appears to grab her from behind.
Tallulah screams and is visibly upset.
A video of the incident is still on Twitch and is captioned “fking weirdo”.
The scary altercation happened as Tallulah walked alone next to a busy road.
She was talking to her camera before the man rushes up behind her.
She screams and tells him to “stop it”.
He then walks off and Tallulah can be seen crying and saying “I’m okay, I’m okay”.
The famous streamer then tweeted about the incident.
She said: “Hey Awkwards I’m not streaming tomorrow. Going to police to report the incident that happened this afternoon.
“It’s gonna be traumatic but I must to make sure this doesn’t happen to any other girls. Or anyone else! Thanks for all your support today and your love!”
She also responded to some replies in which people said she shouldn’t have been travelling alone in Thailand.
Tallulah tweeted: “Just to make this clear. This did not happen today because:
- I’m in a developing country (btw Thailand isn’t ‘developing’…)
- I am white/European/foreigner
- I am a woman/solo female traveller in Asia
“THIS COULD HAVE HAPPENED ANYWHERE! And in fact it DOES!!!”
Twitch – the world’s biggest streaming site explained
Here’s what you need to know…
- Twitch is a website dedicated to hosting livestreams watched by millions around the world
- The platform is owned by Amazon and largely focusses on video game livestreams
- However, content creators also upload clips of themselves creating artwork or music, or simply having a chat
- Twitch boasts more than 15million daily active users watching clips streamed by around 3million creators
- Its creators make money through a mix of paid subscripions, advertising revenue and donations from viewers
- Some of the site’s biggest earners make millions every year, largely through sponsorship deals with big brands
- Twitch is worth an estimated £3billion
- Its biggest competitors are Microsoft-owned streaming platform Mixer, YouTube (which is owned by Google) and Facebook Live
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