Shock update as Twitch gamer Kimmikka’s ban REVERSED after having sex during livestream video | The Sun

A GAMER who was banned from a streaming site for having sex live on camera has already had her channel reactivated.

Kimmikka was booted off Twitch after shocked fans spotted her partner performing an X-rated act in the window reflection.



The shamed streamer was live on the site on August 24 when users noticed a change in her facial and grew suspicious.

Many then saw her partner behind her performing a sex act in the window reflection.

Kimmikka – who was clothed in shot – tried to cover it up by responding to fan questions as normal.

But users realised what was going on and took to social media to share their shock.

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One said: "The fact she thought she could get away with this LMFAO."

Another added: "HOW IS THIS REAL?"

Kimmikka has since said the incident was a "drunken accident" and confirmed she had been banned from the site.

But after just seven days, her page has been reactivated.

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Her following count has since rocketed from 231 to 1,600.

Although nothing explicit was shown, the short ban has been slammed by many on Twitter who insist it should have been longer.

One said: "The question is why was it only a seven day ban… people have been permanently banned for much much less."

A second wrote: "This is ridiculous."

Amazon-owned Twitch has a strict policy against this kind of content.

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Its community guidelines state: "Nudity and sexually explicit content or activities, such as pornography, sexual acts or intercourse, and sexual services, are prohibited."

Twitch has been approached for comment.

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