Female streamers respond after streamer breaks down as he’s caught watching x-rated deepfakes of them
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Featured Image Credit: QTCinderella/Pokimane/Atrioc/Twitch
Female streamers have responded to the streamer who broke down in tears as he was caught watching x-rated deepfakes of them.
Twitch streamer Atrioc issued the tearful apology after a clip posted online on 30 January 'exposed' him through one of his tabs being a deepfake site.
The website in question allegedly sells access to deepfake images and videos of a pornographic nature, with some of the images being of female Twitch streamers.
Atrioc did later apologise on his stream, saying he clicked on an advert and only paid to look at the x-rated images of Twitch streamers because he was 'morbidly curious'.
Appearing alongside his wife Arianna on the livestream, the streamer said: "I was on a regular-ass normal website and there was an ad, there's an ad on every f**king video for this f**king... I know other people must be clicking it because it's on every f**king video.
"I click it and I'm f**king in this f**king rabbit hole and at 2am I f**king, I dunno I got morbidly curious and I click something. It's gross, it's gross and I'm sorry, I really am. I really f**king am.
"I just really want to get it to go out there it's not a f**king pattern of behaviour. There is no excuse for it. I’m not defending it in any way, I think this whole category of stuff is wrong."
One of the Twitch streamers involved - QTCinderella - said she would sue the person responsible for creating the image. You can see her tearful livestream in response to Atrioc's video below:
During a stream on 30 January, she said: "To the person that made that website, I’m going to f****** sue you.
"I promise you. With every part of my soul, I’m going to f****** sue you. That’s all I have to say."
The streamer also took to Twitter to add to her previous statement, saying seeing herself naked 'should not be a part of this job'.
She added: "I want to scream. Stop. Everybody f****** stop. Stop spreading it. Stop advertising it. Stop.
"Being seen “naked” against your will should NOT BE A PART OF THIS JOB.
"Thank you to all the male internet “journalists” reporting on this issue."
Fellow streamer Pokimane also joined in the discussion by taking to Twitter.
She wrote: "stop sexualizing people without their consent.
"that’s it, that’s the tweet."
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