xQc claims woman touched him inappropriately at TwitchCon afterparty, “I froze”

He said he felt the woman was “a predator”.

Twitch streamer xQc recently opened up about an experience he had at a TwitchCon afterparty where he alleges a woman made several inappropriate advances on him, groped him multiple times, and even chased him while he fled into a bathroom.

As reported by Dextero, xQc talked about the night live streaming as they returned from TwitchCon 2022, held in San Diego. He explains that he was at a club for an after party where a woman made advances to him and was “too touchy”. xQc continued, “I go to her ear and I’m like ‘I’m taken’ and she laughs and fucks. I did it four times, telling her to back off.”

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Although he told her to back off, he then claimed “I’m just trying to have a good time and relax. I’m talking to Omie and she’s touching my legs from behind and I’m like ‘yo, I’m Caught can you back off? I’m done with this shit. I’m fucking pissed off.”

He then says he went to the bathroom to get away from the woman where he ran into fellow streamer Ludwig. “I froze and asked other people to help me,” he says. “I start going to the bathroom because I want to go out.”

xQc said, “I’m really upset because I think it sucks and I hate it. I hate physical contact.” He left the after party with other streamers and returned to their shared Airbnb, but began to lash out and “throw shit” while alone in the living room. “I don’t feel like I’m being heard at all. [or] people don’t care,” he explained.

He says he was eventually picked up by his friend Omie who took him to his hotel room. xQc said he felt like the woman was a predator and no one cared, echoing a sentiment shared by many men with similar stories who feel they are not caught seriously.

TwitchCon also made headlines due to a high number of injuries in a shallow foam pit, more seriously, Adriana Chechik broke her back in two places after an awkward landing.

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