Kick arrest

Kick streamers arrested for harassing girls on livestream

By Olivia Richman


May 19, 2023

Reading time: 2 min

The Kick controversies have continued. This time, two livestreamers were arrested after harassing underaged girls.

Suspendas and Slightly Homeless were arrested by police in Nepal after some inappropriate behavior during a May 18 livestream. While streaming on Kick, the two streamers approached high school girls who told the guys they were 15 and 16 years old.

After the clip was shared on the Nepal subreddit, the police caught wind of the situation. While the stream was still broadcasting live on Kick, police could be seen approaching Suspendas and Slightly Homeless before the camera was shut off.

Suspendas and Slightly Homeless arrested in Nepal

The two streamers were eventually “moved somewhere,” according to a text Paul “Ice Poseidon” Denino. The “somewhere” ended up being jail.

Eventually, a woman possibly from the US Embassy told the two streamers what happened. She explained to Suspendas and Slightly Homeless that they were arrested for “rapping about inappropriate things” and then proposing marriage to an underage girl.

Slightly Homeless replied that he was rapping and “said some things I probably shouldn’t have said.”

Then the woman told Suspendas and Slightly Homeless should seek legal advice from attorneys. She warned the two streamers that they could face up to 10 years in prison. Another officer told them they could end up deported.

It was later reported by another Kick streamer, TheRealMoisesB, that Slightly Homeless was confirmed to be deported. The streamer had allegedly called his parents while in tears. Moises added that Suspendas may be stuck in Nepalese prison for 60 days.

This is not the first time that Suspendas has been in trouble for this kind of inappropriate behavior. Previously, he was accused of performing sexual acts in front of a child, sexually assault a woman during a livestream, and harassing people on a train in Japan.