A FAMOUS Spanish influencer says she has reported a tourist after accusing him of touching her bum in a Twitch livestream.
The Twitch footage from Wednesday reveals a man in a black basketball jersey and sunglasses sitting behind the 29-year-old as she interacts with her followers.
“Eh, don’t touch,” Isabella said in her native Spanish as the video was streamed to 665,000 users.
The man then turns away from her, while a mate of his says off-camera “I apologise” and “sorry, sorry”, in what seems to be a northern English accent.
The tourist then turns round and appears to apologetically raise his right hand.
Isabella, who regularly treats her 165,000 Instagram followers to photos of her tanned body in tight-fitting dresses and bikinis, has confirmed she reported the incident to cops in the Costa Blanca resort.
Local reports in Spain said Gonsabellla explained to fans after leaving the Benidorm bar terrace: “He grabbed me by my trousers, I don’t know whether to look at my bottom or my knickers or what…what a degenerate!”
The Twitch star is also said to have told fans she had picked a quiet part of the bar to do her streaming session before being surrounded by inquisitive holidaymakers who had gathered round her and made her feel like a “performing monkey.”
She said after leaving the bar as part of her live broadcast: “They’re really drunk.
“But that shouldn’t be an excuse for people to touch me because I drink as well and I never think about bothering anyone.
“I don’t think what’s just occurred is something that I can report to the police, let’s not get over-dramatic but you don’t have to touch anyone.
“It’s not an excuse but at least the person with him has said ‘sorry’ because he realised the other guy went over the top.”
Following the viral uncomfortable moment, the Bilbao-born influencer posted a message on social media after fans showered her with support.
“I’ve gone to make a formal complaint,” she wrote.
“The police have been delightful.
“They told me I did the right thing by reporting it but that it’s going to be difficult to take the appropriate measures because they don’t have more details of the man in question other than what you see in the video.
“They said they would tell me if they had any update.
“I would like to thank all the people who have taken the trouble and the time to write to me.”
Isabella abandoned her job in an English academy to devote herself full-time to platforms like Twitch.
She said of her decision in a January 2021 interview: “After half a year managing my time to study, work and devote myself to being a streamer, something happened none of us were expecting, a global pandemic that obliged us to stay at home.
“During that period I started to spend all my time creating content and by the end of the summer I decided to make the leap and put all my efforts into something I really enjoy after discovering I could make a living from this.”
Gonzabellla’s incident is being compared to the shocking moment a sex pest allegedly gropes a female reporter on live TV – before being arrested.
The menace touched Isa Balado’s bottom as she reported on a robbery in the Spanish capital Madrid.
He also interrupted her by asking what channel she was from before she challenged him live on air.