Twitch streamer Indiefoxx has been banned from Twitch for the third time in the space of 30 days, following previous bans for inappropriate content and attire.
Indiefoxx was first banned on January 28, following a jacuzzi stream.
Fellow streamer Jakenbake had highlighted that Indiefoxx’s swimsuit was see-through, and she later joked that he was partly to blame for the suspension.
But, after returning to the platform, Indiefoxx was struck with another ban on February 1 – less than 24 hours after her previous ban had been lifted.
Indiefoxx banned again
The second ban was believed to be because she had streamed herself wearing lingerie and writing viewers’ names on herself.
And, it hasn’t taken long for yet another suspension to be meted out. On February 23, after the streamer had gone live with a “music stream,” her channel was once again taken down.
The previous two bans lasted only three days each. However, repeat violations of Twitch’s community guidelines will often lead to longer suspensions.
Twitch states “We keep a record of past violations, and multiple suspensions over time can lead to an indefinite suspension.”
Indiefoxx has now responded, confirming that this latest ban is actually shorter than the previous two, lasting only 24 hours.
3 time ban champ lol 😂 on a music stream where I was the epitomy of wholesome. I played guitar for 3 hours from bed. And don't understand. At this point I feel targeted. There is no denying it. FIRST CAMEL TOE BAN I'VE EVER SEEN ON TWITCH, ICONIC pic.twitter.com/RDkuyFhfXT
— Indiefoxx 💕 OF (@indiefoxxlive) February 23, 2021
Once again, the cause of the suspension is “inappropriate attire.” Twitch qualifies this as “Uploading content or streaming yourself, co-hosts, or guests wearing attire that violates our Nudity and Attire Policy.”
Indiefoxx has said she feels “targeted”, claiming that all she did was play guitar for three hours on her bed.
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At the time of her ban, Indiefoxx had over 320,000 followers on the platform. Her last stream before this latest ban averaged around 4,500 concurrent viewers.
Twitch does not comment on community guidelines strikes to respect the privacy of users.