Popular Twitch streamer Alinity Divine has responded to a leaked email that revealed she has previously sold used underwear to fans of her stream.
Alinity accidentally opened her Gmail account while streaming on Wednesday, November 21, revealing emails sent to her by various fans and companies.
The streamer immediately attempted to close the page, but before she was able to do so, viewers spotted a message from a male fan titled “I want to buy,” with an opening line that stated; “Hey Alinity, I hope you remember you sold me a leopard bra many years ago. I offered you very good money then and I wanted to ask if you like to,” with fans unable to read the rest of the email.
The clip was immediately posted to Reddit, forcing Alinity to come out and respond to the situation, choosing to do so on Discord in a chat log that was then posted to Twitter by Drama Alert host Daniel ‘KEEMSTAR’ Keem.
In it, Alinity confirmed that she made the decision to sell her underwear around five years ago, citing that she was a “broke college student” and really needed the money.
“It’s really fucking embarrassing,” stated the streamer. “It’s nothing something I would ever do again. He’s sent me a few emails honestly, I’ve just ignored it. I don’t even remember what the bra looked like.”
KEEMSTAR has gone on to question Twitch’s staff, stating that Alinity has broken “so many” of the site’s Terms of Service, yet has never been banned. Keem compared it to his situation, when he was banned from Twitch for getting into an argument with a female streamer on Twitter, believing this is a double standard.
Keep in mind @Twitch took my partnership away cus I got into a fight with a girl streamer on (Twitter) not twitch.— KEEM 🍿 (@KEEMSTAR) November 22, 2018
They sent me a email that I broke the rules but my legal team went through every line & it was clear i didn’t break any rule but if I did so did the girl streamer.
Alinity has refrained from responding to KEEMSTAR’s tweets, choosing to remain silent on the subject on social media.
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