Eleni Foureira Harrassed Live On Stage

Eleni Foureira who represented Cyprus at Eurovision 2018 with ‘Fuego’ was harrassed live on stage during a concert last night by the son of renowned Greek billionaire Evangelos Marinakis.

In the videos resurfacing on X, formerly Twitter, the son of Marinakis can be seen grabbing Foureira inappropriately while the singer tries to finish her song while simultaneously struggling to move away from him. At a point, Marinakis’ friends in the audience threw champagne at Foureira. After this, she leaves the stage only to come back after 30 seconds where Marinakis starts speaking in English and says that Eleni’s husband is his brother, giving the impression that they are friends. Shortly after this he jumps back into the audience.

The incident happened last night when Foureira was performing ‘Fotia’ in front of a live audience. The person who can be seen on stage is the son of a well known Greek billionaire Evangelos Marinakis. The latter owns football clubs Olimpiacos and Nottingham Forest as well as Greek TV Networks Mega Channel and One Channel.

The latter information is probably the reason why no coverage can be found on this incident in the Greek media. Due to the stronghold that Marinakis has on these organisations, it is unlikely that a harrassing act committed by his son will be reported.

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