Apr 27 2016 - 9:58 pm

Twitch streamer gets banned for 30 days for flashing her viewers

Twitch streamer Lea “LegendaryLea” May has been banned from the platform for 30 days after accidentally flashing her vagina at viewers
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Twitch streamer Lea “LegendaryLea” May has been banned from the platform for 30 days after accidentally flashing her vagina at viewers.

This is not the first time 26-year-old May has been the center of attention for the wrong reasons, nor the first time she has accidentally flashed herself on stream in the three years since she started broadcasting on Twitch. An Imgur album of all of her more NSFW moments has over half a million views.

Just weeks ago she was called out by the Twitch community and other big-name broadcasters for saying on-stream that children with cancer essentially deserve to die. And yes, she was drunk when she said it—not that that’s any excuse.

“I’m going to be honest because I was a bio major and you should listen to me,” May says in the video. “Children that have cancer are going to die. And they’re meant to die.”

Her latest incident occurred when she was playing Dark Souls 3 earlier this week and got up to get something offscreen, a move that accidentally left her exposed.

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May claims the awkwardness of her movements was due to an ankle injury, and that she was wearing boy shorts underneath her clothing.

Twitch responded with a 30-day ban. Its rules of conduct clearly state that “nudity and conduct involving overtly sexual behavior and/or attire are prohibited.” So even if May’s vagina isn’t exactly easy to spot, the short length and looseness of her shorts could still be seen as against the rules. (Twitch declined to comment for this story.)

May won’t just be sitting by idly for the next month. She took to Twitter to announce that she’ll instead be using Periscope to livestream.  

H/T BroBible