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All Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth were trying to do was leave their hotel in Barcelona and get into their car. What they didn’t bargain for was some gross fan grabbing at Miley and attempting to pull her in for a kiss. The entire event was recorded and posted on social media, and showed the couple’s security team realizing what happened almost immediately as Cyrus squirmed away from the perv, and Hemsworth putting his arm around his wife and getting her safely to the car. But the damage was done.

The panel of The Talk discussed it, and commented that some trolls claimed Miley “asked for it” because of the way she was dressed. So the singer took a stand, came in like a wrecking ball, and shared her thoughts on it.

The hashtag, #DontF*ckWithMyFreedom, comes from the lyrics from “Mother’s Daughter,” the debut track from her upcoming EP She Is Coming. Ironically, her new album, which she has been promoting like mad, is all about female empowerment — something the fan that groped her, and other fans of the same ilk who think they can do that to their idols or anyone, clearly aren’t aware of.

Yet that still wasn’t enough and people continued to blame Miley, the victim of the groping, instead of the man who should simply know better, the man who should BE better. So once again, Cyrus reminded the world about the meaning of consent.

Because apparently she wasn’t clear the first time. Let’s reiterate: the actions of the supposed fan in the video are never OK. And unwanted actions from any human to another human are never, and should never be, acceptable.

Many of Miley’s fans were quick to show the singer their support, proving that some people are actually aware that nothing you do or wear gives anyone the right to assault you.

Cyrus has always been candid with her views on women and their rights, and uses her platform in a way that sheds light on issues that sometimes, sadly, never seem to be improving, even in this #MeToo world.