'Too Far': Reporter Groped at World Cup Speaks OutNewser — Arden Dier
"We do not deserve this treatment," says a female reporter groped and kissed by a male bystander during a live report on the World Cup from Russia.
Colombia's Julieth Gonzalez Theran completed the June 14 segment for Deutsche Welle's Spanish news channel without missing a beat—her breast-grabbing, cheek-kissing assailant had vanished by then—but it wasn't easy.
"I felt under pressure and humiliated … I couldn't even think," she tells ESPN. "I share the joy of football but we must identify the limits between affection and harassment," she adds on Instagram, per CNN.
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