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Adriana Chechik banned from Twitch after popsicle show

Adult film star and Twitch streamer Adriana Chechik has been banned on Twitch following an inappropriate scene with a popsicle during her latest stream.
Pornstar-turned-streamer Adriana Chechik has been banned on 2nd June from Twitch.

Adriana Chechik has been streaming on Twitch since 2019 and has amassed over 380,000 followers on the platform, doing mostly IRL (In real life) streams or playing single-player games, like Jedi Fallen Order, Returnal, and Cuphead.

Chechik is known to occasionally eat popsicles while streaming, but during her latest streaming session, she went a bit too far in regards to her "relationship" with the popsicle, which is probably the reason for her ban.

In a clip from the stream, Adriana can be seen taking shots, dancing and enjoying a popsicle a bit too much, in a clearly sexualised manner.

She was mimicking a sexual act with the popsicle while seducing her viewers with eye contact, followed by her spitting the melted ice from her mouth on her cleavage, which absolutely goes against Twitch rules in regards to sexually explicit content.

Adriana Chechik sucking licking popsicle Twitch
(Picture: Adriana Chechik)

As usual, Twitch never publicly discloses the reasons behind someone's ban, and Chechik didn't comment yet on why she has been banned, so we can not confirm that this is the reason for the ban, but it safe to assume that it almost certainly is.

Adriana Chechik sucking licking popsicle Twitch
(Picture: Adriana Chechik)

This is Adriana's second ban from the platform, the first one being from December 2020, when she was unbanned after a day.

And while this will likely be just a suspension and not a full removal from the platform, we are sure that this time around the ban will last longer, but for how long, it remains to be seen.