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Amber Rose: 'Famous men have touched me inappropriately'

Published 29/10/2016

Amber Rose
Amber Rose

Amber Rose hopes Donald Trump will "get in trouble" for his now infamous comments concerning women.

Amber Rose has been touched "inappropriately" by countless male celebrities over the course of her career.

The model and actress has opened up about sexual assault in a new interview with Yahoo Style, after she was quizzed over Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's derogatory comments about women.

The real estate mogul said he had forced himself on women and had grabbed them "by the p***y" in a 2005 Access Hollywood interview with then-host Billy Bush.

Amber, who was recently eliminated from Dancing with the Stars, said she had been the subject of unwanted attention from men for years, but has learnt to "get over it" because sexual assault victims are rarely believed.

“I want him (Donald Trump) to get in trouble for it because I cannot even count how many times a famous guy touched me inappropriately... seriously," she shared.

"Imagine this. Donald Trump comes and touches me inappropriately, right. I’m a regular a** girl. Do I call 911? Do I get on Twitter and tweet about it? How should I go about letting people know that this guy did it to me and who’s actually going to believe me? You know what I’m saying?”

The 33-year-old then went to discuss how her personal experienced inspired her to establish the SlutWalk event.

She founded the event to raise awareness about sexual injustice and gender inequality, and took to the streets of Los Angeles earlier this month (Oct16) at the second annual SlutWalk with pregnant best friend Blac Chyna.

"You just try to get over it and it happens to so many women," Amber added. "That’s why I started SlutWalk. We talk about all these issues at SlutWalk."

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