Streamer banned after ‘masturbating with sex toys’ to hundreds on Twitch

A Twitch streamer has been banned after sharing footage of herself masturbating with sex toys on a livestream.

The woman, going by aielieen1 on Twitch, managed to accrue a few hundred live viewers before the stream was shut down.

Claims that there were 5,000 people watching the racy stream are false, according to Dexerto.

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People online first caught wind of what was happening when a link to the livestream was shared on Reddit page r/LivestreamFail.

The post was titled: "This girl masturbating in front of 5k+ viewers rn [right now]."

The stream actually peaked at just 310 viewers before it was cut short by Twitch.

A notice on the woman's channel now reads: "This channel is currently unavailable due to a violation of Twitch's Community Guidelines or Terms of Service."

Twitch's Community Guidelines state: "To ensure content on Twitch is appropriate for diverse audiences, sexually suggestive content is prohibited on Twitch.

"Evaluations on the sexual suggestiveness of a behavior or activity are independent of user attire and are instead based on the overall surrounding framing and context."

Dexerto reports that the aielieen1 Twitch channel was set up only yesterday (Thursday, November 3) – suggesting that the woman created it for the sole purpose of broadcasting herself masturbating before being banned.

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In the past, adult content creators have set up Twitch accounts, streamed sexually explicit content, and consequently been banned, as a ploy to promote their other social media accounts on Instagram, Twitter and even OnlyFans.

Twitch's Community Guidelines also prohibit promoting sexual content, even if not showing it on a stream.

They read: "To maintain the health of our community, users are prohibited from broadcasting, uploading, soliciting, offering, and linking to pornographic or sexually explicit content, and from offering or soliciting any sexual content in exchange for money, services, or items of value."

Only a few weeks ago a streamer by the name of kimmikka was banned for seven days after having sex on a Twitch livestream.

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