Morgan Riddle, the girlfriend of U.S. tennis star Taylor Fritz, posted about her horrifying expertise at Super Bowl LVIII and the harassment she confronted throughout the weekend in Las Vegas.
Riddle posted early Monday morning recalling the scenario she confronted. She wrote on her Instagram Stories she was groped over the weekend and couldn’t benefit from the recreation between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers.
“Wasn’t going to post about this but I actually think it’s important to,” she wrote. “I can’t believe the levels of harassment we dealt with this weekend from men. In the last 3 days, I’ve been grabbed, gropped (sic), harassed, cat called incessantly – basically every few minutes when we were out in public. And it was really bad at the game today.
“We couldn’t even benefit from the recreation with out getting bothered by drunk, impolite, gross male followers, its (sic) extraordinarily traumatic and scary.”
In one post, Riddle wrote that she stayed in the bathroom through the third quarter because she was having a panic attack.
She later expanded on that moment in a video.
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“There was a father on the recreation along with his son who seemed about 10 years outdated. He used his child as a automobile to attempt to hit on us – and his personal son, a toddler, turned to him and mentioned, ‘dad, what are you doing?’ How do you suppose little boys change into obnoxious males?” Riddle wrote.
“I’ve male sports activities followers who observe me and by chance I’ve by no means skilled one thing like this with tennis however I hope any man studying this understands the gravity of your phrases and motion. We’re all simply there to attempt to watch a soccer recreation.”
She added, “getting grabbed by grown males is horrifying and I’m delicate.”
Riddle, 26, and Fritz 26, have been dating since at least 2020, according to the New York Post.
Fritz recently made it to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open.
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