A lot of people have made a killing by simply streaming their live gameplay and offering a winning personality for viewers to really get behind. These individuals tend to leverage their "talents," so to speak, in an effort to gain monetary rewards in the form of donations from stream viewers. This, of course, goes against the terms and conditions of the Twitch website, which means the ban hammer comes down without second thought. Here are the 5 most well-known Twitch streamers to get banned for flashing their viewers. In a not so veiled attempt to gain internet fame and cold hard cash. While I'm sure the viewers like the shorts, Twitch sort of frowns on this sort of thing. STPeach has made no communications on Twitter about the length of the ban. Lea May, who goes by the name LegendaryLea in-game and on stream, was one of the most recently banned women from Twitch. The streaming platform gave her a day ban after her most recent incident, which is actually not the first time it has happened on her live show.
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5 Twitch Streamers Banned for Flashing Viewers (Updated)
Lisa is a 25 year old Twitch streamer and YouTube vlogger who plays a variety of games and activities. No STPeach montages or livestream montages. Clip individual STPeach sections using one of the hosting sites linked below. No Twitch meta discussions. Please report issues and problems to the MODS. Report any posts or comments that break these rules or reddit's sitewide rules. Okay, i found no album with STPeach's collection so i created one. If i miss something let me know to add it. Here is the Google Drive album.
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We remove posts encouraging or promoting self injury, which includes suicide, cutting and eating disorders. Let me know in the comments! All content cited is derived from their respective sources. And if you just want to watch it over and over and over again here it is in gif form. BrittanyVenti BrittanyVenti is a cringe-inducing streamer who ensures the vast majority of her boob cleavage is front and center for the viewers. Someone made a good comment about the situation. We remove comments encouraging or promoting self injury, which includes suicide, cutting and eating disorders. She has since returned to the streaming world, but has hopefully learned a thing or two by now about what is acceptable in a live stream.
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