Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa is back on Twitch.
The controversial adult content creator saw her Twitch, TikTok, and Instagram accounts simultaneously suspended three days ago. While Amouranth’s TikTok and Instagram accounts are still down, Amouranth is back on Twitch after just over three days and 35 minutes.
This was Amouranth’s fifth ban from Twitch. All of her suspensions so far have been three days or less, so the streaming community wasn’t too shocked when Amouranth came back and was unbanned in just over three days this time around.
While this is a pattern that Amouranth’s fans are used to, it does make Twitch’s Terms of Service a bit inconsistent. The platform has had a three-strike rule for a while, meaning that three suspensions will often lead to a permanent ban. But this hasn’t always been the case for Twitch’s biggest streamers, notably including Amouranth, who has 4.4 million followers on the platform.
Amouranth has repeatedly received suspensions for breaking Twitch’s Terms of Service, with these bans usually revolving around sexual content and nudity. She notoriously flashed her genitals while rolling around on the floor with her dog, and was more recently suspended for an overly sexual ASMR stream. But Amouranth has come back to do more of the same each time, using Twitch as a funnel to her more overt OnlyFans content.
While Amouranth’s hustle has been applauded as she is one of the busiest top streamers on Twitch and reportedly makes over a million dollars each month on her OnlyFans account, the Twitch community is confused about the platform’s inconsistent ban policy. It has seemed to some that select female streamers may get special treatment from the platform, especially when other streamers have been suspended for months at a time over less serious offenses.