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  • Daisy Delacroix shared via TikTok surveillance footage of the assault, which took place at a California supermarket
  • Some TikTok users blamed the model's outfit, a crop top and biker shorts, for inciting the man's behavior
  • Delacroix fired back at the victim-blaming commenters, calling them "disgusting"

An OnlyFans model who warned other women after she was sexually assaulted by a stranger inside a California supermarket was shamed by some online commenters.

On Wednesday, Daisy Delacroix shared via her TikTok account CCTV footage of the assault, which took place at the store in Redwood City earlier in the day, the New York Post reported.

In the video, Delacroix can be seen perusing the frozen meat section when a man wearing a hoodie approaches her from behind.

The man, who has not been identified, can be seen touching Delacroix and leaning in, causing her to jump and quickly move away from him.

"Today after work, I was grocery shopping, and as you can see in this video, this man walks up from behind, touches my butt and whispers in my ear, 'What's up, baby?' I was in complete shock," Delacroix wrote beneath the footage on TikTok.

"Ladies, please be careful of your surroundings," she continued. "I did not know this man, and he tried to play it off."


I can’t stress this enough to please be aware of your surroundings #womenoftiktok #fypシ

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The model said in the comments that an employee came up to her right after the incident and that the store manager allowed her access to the surveillance footage, according to Yahoo News.

It was not mentioned if Delacroix has reported the incident to authorities.

The footage shocked TikTok users, but some commenters blamed the model's outfit, a white crop top and dark biker shorts, for allegedly inciting the man's behavior.

"Why would you wear that to go grocery shopping?" one person commented. "She wants the attention."

Another claimed that Delacroix was "asking for it," while a third comment read: "That's what you get for coming out half naked."

Other TikTok users defended Delacroix, pointing out that what she was wearing had nothing to do with it.

"It doesn't matter what you're wearing. This happened to me in a grocery store also, and I was wearing sweatpants and a baggy T-shirt. He didn't care," one person commented.

Delacroix fired back at the victim-blaming commenters, calling them "disgusting."

"I'm wearing a crop top and biker shorts. It's men like you are the problem — and that's just scary!" she wrote on TikTok, according to the New York Post.

Delacroix also slammed her critics in a separate TikTok video, which showed her at work in a cafe. According to the New York Post, she works as a "bikini barista" at Pink Pantherz Espresso in Redwood City.

She wrote that women choosing to show skin "will never make it OK to ever sexually assault women."

"Learn self-control," she continued. "It's disgusting how some of you think it's OK to touch a woman just because she is showing skin!"

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