Jamie Lomas reveals a fan grabbed his crotch in heated sex abuse debate on Loose Women

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Jamie Lomas reveals a fan grabbed his crotch in heated sex abuse debate on Loose Women

SOAP star Jamie Lomas opened up today about being sexually assaulted by a female fan.

The actor was taking part in a special four-strong panel of "Loose Men", who joined the Loose Women show to mark Valentines Day. Rex Features Jamie Lomas joined in a debate about the #MeToo campaign on Loose Women Jamie – who has a son Billy, 12, with a former girlfriend and daughter Polly, six, with ex-wife Kym Marsh – joined in a debate about sexual harassment whilst they were discussing how men should behave in 2018.

The actor – who has been in Hollyoaks, EastEnders and had a stint in the jungle on ITV1’s I’m A Celebrity – pointed out it’s not just men who behave inappropriately towards the opposite sex.

Jamie said: "I was in a petrol station once with my two children and a hen bus came along.

"They’d obviously been drinking and I walked into the petrol station with my children, and this girl came up to me and she said, "Can I have a picture?" Rex Features Gok Wan, Jamie Lomas, Kem Cetinay and Peter Andre had their own panel alongside the Loose Women Getty – Contributor Jamie was previously married to Coronation Street […]

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