‘I agree’

‘I agree’

Sketch, whose real name is Kylie Cox, told viewers during her July 9 broadcast that the content was made during a “dark period” in her life


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Famous publisher Sketch made a statement after the content he prepared for OnlyFans was leaked online.

The social media star, real name Kylie Cox, shared a video after images emerged online of her engaging in NSFW content with other men.

“I’m going to start from the beginning, be open and honest, this is me,” he said on July 9 Twitch broadcast“I agree.”

In the video, he said the content in question was made during a “dark period” in his life.

“I did some things two years ago. I apologize if you saw some of it,” he added, adding that he was “dealing with a few addiction issues” at the time.

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Twitch streamer Sketch, known for his catchphrases “Special teams, special players” and “What’s up, bro?”

As the stream continues, Sketch, who is known for broadcasting online while playing games Madden NFLand “What’s up bro?”, thanking his family, friends and followers who supported him after the leak.

“I’ll be honest, Plan A was and I’ll say it straight up, if this airs I’m probably quitting,” he said during an emotional moment on the stream. “But some people saved me. Shout out to (FaZe) Banks, shout out to my family, shout out to all of you.”

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Since the leak, many social media stars and athletes have publicly stood behind the broadcaster, including New York Jets cornerback Sauce Gardner.

“Sketch handled it better than most (sic) people,” the football star wrote in a post on X. “Those who loved him before all this will love him after this and if they don’t then they never really loved him in the first place.”

“People go through tough times and that fosters growth. I’m with him ,” Gardner added.

Jake Paul Moreover showed support “We love you Sketch,” she wrote to her fellow streamer on X.

YouTuber FaZe Banks He also jumped to Sketch’s defense. “Sketch was my friend yesterday, he’s my friend today, and he’ll be my friend tomorrow,” he wrote on social media.

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Sketch said in a July 9 post that he spent the last two years “living under the threat” of the footage being released. Now that it’s been released, he feels like a “weight has been lifted” off his shoulders.

The player, who said, “I would like to thank all my people who supported me,” also announced that he will return to Twitch soon.

Sketch did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for additional comment.

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