Twitch bans streamer for getting very intimate while broadcasting live
Twitch has banned a streamer after a clip of her trying to have sex during a live broadcast went viral on Twitter and Reddit before being taken down.
Kimmikka only opened her channel in July 2022 and until recently only had a handful of followers on Twitch, but overnight she’s become a internet celebrity… for all the wrong reasons.
Footage of her having sex while streaming was shared on social media, with the most commonly shared portion of her livestream being somewhat ambiguous as to what she was doing.
However, those watching the stream in real-time grew suspicious as they noticed some weird movements and a change in Kimmikka’s facial expressions.
On closer inspection, some fans noticed a cheeky reflection on Kimmikka’s window that revealed that her partner was standing behind her and seemingly getting down to business.
At another point the camera caught her partner right behind her, and it became more obvious what was going on.
Kimmikka reportedly spoke about the incident to Full Squad Gaming’s Jake Lucky and claimed that it was a drunken accident, and that she ended the livestream as soon as she realised her mistake.
Surprisingly, Kimmikka only got a seven day ban from Twitch, although she’s now worried that it may be extended, as news of the incident spreads.
Kimmikka hasn’t posted anything on social media since that day and it’s still unknown whether she’ll make a return to Twitch or any other platform.
She’s not the first streamer to make headlines about her steamy content, as Amouranth also rose to fame for her hot tub streams and has been banned multiple times for lewd content.
Unfortunately, her fans won’t be seeing her again anytime soon as Amouranth lost her streaming room in a hot tub explosion. Although thankfully she wasn’t in it at the time.
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