Drake stopped midway through a performance at his Sydney after party on Wednesday, telling a male concertgoer he would 'f**k him up' if he didn't stop 'touching girls'.
And now mother-of-three Bella Vrondos has come forward to claim she was one of up to 50 women allegedly groped during the Canadian rapper's show.
The 33-year-old said she saw dozens of women in the front rows being touched inappropriately by men who surged forward as Drake began singing at Sydney's Marquee Nightclub.
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'Girls were getting groped everywhere': Mother-of-three claims she was touched inappropriately at a Drake concert where the rapper jumped to the defence of female fans
'Girls were getting pushed over and groped everywhere, it was crazy,' the Sydneysider said.
'It was not just one specific girl being groped in one incident by one specific guy, it was happening everywhere.
'Guys were grabbing people's bums. I was in the front row and got groped and people were grabbing my friends. We all got touched.'
Bella said men don't have the right to touch women against their will no matter what they are wearing, after she attended the gig in a revealing, figure-hugging bodycon dress.
'I was in the front row and got groped': Bella Vrondos (pictured) has come forward to claim she was one of up to 50 women allegedly groped during the Canadian rapper's show
She added: 'Women should be able to dress how they want without fear of being assaulted.'
Drake, 31, was filmed on Wednesday night threatening a male concertgoer