Twitch bans Thai-French streamer for ‘sexual content’ after showing feet

Livestreaming platform Twitch has banned half-Thai half-French streamer JustKeth for ‘sexual content’ after she held up her bare feet to the camera during a livestream.

Keth can’t seem to catch a break, making headlines last week when an angry farang chased her around a pool at a hotel in Pattaya after she rejected his sexual advances. Keth captured the terrifying encounter on livestream.

During a recent live video, Keth played a game whereby viewers could donate US$20 for her to spin a wheel detailing different challenges. Wherever the wheel landed, Keth performed the said challenge.

Challenges included squats, not drinking Pepsi for five hours, answering DMs, giving out 100 baht, and doing 20 jumping jacks. But one of the actions landed Keth a three-day Twitch ban: holding up her feet to the camera.

On Twitter, Keth explained that Twitch had banned her for three days for offering “sexual content” in exchange for money…

“It’s just a meme bruh… [Are] my feet too sexy?”

Twitch may consider Keth’s foot display as violating one of their community guidelines, which prohibits “fetishizing behaviour or activity, such as focusing on body parts for sexual gratification or erotic role play.”

Users may not offer “any sexual content in exchange for money, services, or items of value.”

If you try and access JustKeth’s channel now, her content cannot be accessed. A message pops up…

“This channel is temporarily unavailable due to a violation of Twitch’s Community Guidelines or Terms of Service.”

Thankfully, it’s Keth’s first-ever ban on the platform and it will only last for three days, meaning she will be back livestreaming in no time.

But if she sells her soles again, she could be looking at a total suspension of her account. Twitch has a three-strike policy for guidelines violations.

One has to wonder, would a man be banned for showing his feet on camera?


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Leah is a translator and news writer for the Thaiger. Leah studied East Asian Religions and Thai Studies at the University of Leeds and Chiang Mai University. Leah covers crime, politics, environment, human rights, entertainment, travel and culture in Thailand and southeast Asia.

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