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Twitch streamer banned after apparently streaming himself getting oral sex

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It’s another streamer doing NFSW things.

A Twitch streamer named Etole11 appeared to show himself receiving oral sex on a recent live broadcast, and the platform has since banned him.

The clip went viral on the LiveStreamFail subreddit on Monday, and as of Tuesday morning, this is what you’d see if you went to Etole11’s channel.

Etole11 ban channel Twitch Etole11/Twitch

Twitch didn’t respond to a request for comment, but in a recent comment on a different Twitch streamer that had been banned, a spokesperson told the Daily Dot, “Out of respect for the privacy of our users, we don’t comment on terms of service violations.”

According to the Twitch community guidelines on sexually explicit content, “Sexually explicit content and activities, such as pornography, sexual acts, and sexual services, including solicitation and offers for such content, are prohibited. Broadcasting in areas where nudity or sexual activity may be taking place, even if such conduct or activity is not at the direction of the broadcaster or takes place in the background of the broadcast, is prohibited.”

In his video, Etole11 was sitting down, and a woman’s head bobbed up and down near his crotch. At one point, he grabbed her blonde hair in his hands. Somebody who was watching asked, “Is she giving you head on stream LMAO.” The woman got up from the kneeling position at that moment—neither showed any nudity during the clip—and Etole11 responded by saying, “Nah, that’s against terms and policies … obviously.”

A recent stream by Lucia Omnomnom, in which she took off her top when she thought her broadcast had ended, resulted in a three-day ban from the platform (though Lucia told the Daily Dot her suspension was the result of other violations, as well).

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Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz is the Weekend Editor for the Daily Dot and covers the world of YouTube. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times. He’s also a longtime sports writer, covering the NFL for CBSSports.com and boxing for Forbes. His work has been noted twice in the Best American Sports Writing book series.