A woman who had been bullied on Twitter after making a public statement on the issue of sexual harassment on the social networking site, is now a victim herself.

The 23-year-old Australian singer Tiffany Singer has been targeted after sharing a public tweet about her experience of being sexually harassed.

In her tweet, Ms Singer wrote: “I was harassed on twitter by a man with a big dick and asked to kiss my ass on his cheek.

The thought of him getting a blowjob and fucking my ass makes me sick”.

In a post on her Twitter page, Ms, who is from Brisbane, described the experience as “horrible” and said she did not wish to be a victim again.

“I would never want to hurt anyone again,” Ms Singer said.

“There is no shame in being hurt.”

In a statement to the ABC, Ms. Singer said the incident “shattered my confidence”.

“It was very difficult for me to take it personally.

I did not mean to hurt anybody, and I have no regrets about my actions. “

My tweet was not meant to be an excuse to get in a fight with a man.

“When I shared that I was sexually harassed, I was just being honest. “

I don’t have a huge amount of sympathy for the person who was being bullied, because they have been incredibly horrible to me. “

When I shared that I was sexually harassed, I was just being honest.

In her post, Ms singer said she “didn’t mean to offend anyone” and added: “This was a very sad, but not unique, experience.” “

It’s a very, very hard situation to be in and dealing with, and it hurts, but I know it’s worth it for the people who need help to get help.”

In her post, Ms singer said she “didn’t mean to offend anyone” and added: “This was a very sad, but not unique, experience.”

The woman was not named, but is known for her online persona as Tiffany.

She was also the first Australian woman to perform in the main Sydney gig of the American band, the Killers, in 2013.

The singer, who has previously performed with American pop group, The National, and is a member of Australian pop group Bachelorette, was also named as a presenter on the ABC’s The View in January.