Dr Disrespect’s Twitch channel unbanned after 2 weeks

Joanna Estrada
June 27, 2019

It's not known whether any conditions were attached to the reactivation of Dr Disrespect's channel after the relatively short suspension, and Twitch declined to comment further. This resulted in the ultra popular streamer being suspended from Twitch for two weeks, but now his suspension has been lifted. The video captured multiple individuals, including what appeared to be a child.

While Twitch does not have a rule against streaming in bathrooms specifically, it lists "unauthorised sharing of private information" in its community guidelines.

It's also against the law to view a bathroom via a camera in California, but it's now unclear whether Beahm will face any criminal charges for the incident. Beahm hasn't addressed the incident directly, other than to say he's fired director Alex, a fictional character he often shouts at during his streams.

The most recent stream archive is from 16 days, which means the infamous bathroom stream will not be archived.

Upon hearing the channel had been reinstated, fans flocked to the Doc's Twitch channel. Nonetheless, the news spread quickly via word of mouth, to the point that, as reported by Dexerto, his channel's chat had to be put into subscriber-only mode to limit the number of messages being sent, even though he wasn't actually streaming.

After a two-week ban, Guy "Dr Disrespect" Beahm IV's Twitch channel has been reinstated-and his fans are going bananas.

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