Amber Rose has been an outspoken activist for victims of sexual assault, using her celebrity to draw attention to the violence, take a stand against victim-blaming and help empower women everywhere. The model and actress has spoken about her own experiences with sexual assault before, but recently opened up about the unwelcome groping and touching she still deals with on a regular basis.
Speaking out about sexual assault and the issue of consent with Rev. Run and Tyrese Gibson for their new show, "It's Not You, It's Men" (Sat., 9 p.m. ET), Rose explains that many fans have trouble keeping their hands to themselves -- and it's not OK.
"I get sexually assaulted constantly," she says. "When I walk down the street, people think because I'm famous or I'm cool and I'm taking pictures that they can just grab my ass or put their hand under my skirt."
Men aren't the only ones crossing the line, Rose adds.
"'Oh, Amber, can I come and grab your boobs?' I mean, girls do that to me all the time," she says. "I love you girls so much, but … stop grabbing on my boobs constantly and my butt. And guys too. 'Can I just touch your butt?' I'm like, 'This is my privacy. No.'"
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