The adult actress and model wrote: “I broke my back in two places and had surgery to place a meter rod for support today.”
Adriana Chechik – Popular Twitch Streamer and adult actress – Claimed to have broken her back in two places and underwent surgery on Sunday after jumping into a foam pit during TwitchCon at the San Diego Convention Center on Saturday. Also featured at the event was Megan Thee Stallion, who performed on saturday evening.
Video shot From the incident, which was said to have occurred on Saturday, was circulated on social media. In the footage, the EdyBot game broadcaster can be seen descending into the hole after she and Chechik “Face Off” with a Foam “swords” on pallets Above the foam hole. To celebrate her victory in the showdown, Chechik jumps up and down and splits the air before landing what appears to be a tailbone into the hole filled with what appear to be blocks of foam.
At first, she’s smiling and seems fine, but then says, “I can’t get up.” He heard someone outside the camera say, “Are you okay?” To which Shesik replies, “No.”
“Well, I broke my back in two places and am having surgery to put in a meter rod for support today,” Chechik posted on Twitter Sunday. “Send your support. When it rains it rains and I definitely feel the rain now.”
Chechik and EdyBot did not immediately respond rolling rockComment requests.
The foam pit was organized by computer manufacturer Lenovo as part of the “Legion by Lenovo” booth at TwitchCon, to me Buzzfeed. a Washington Post Reporter said The kiosk was a collaboration between Intel and Lenovo. An Intel representative did not immediately respond to rolling rockComment request.
After the accident, the kiosk was closed. Lenovo representative said in a statement to rolling rock: “We are aware of incidents of TwitchCon visitors who were injured in a gladiator soft foam pit at a Lenovo booth. The area has since been closed to any further use while we work with event organizers to look into the incidents.”
Bringing together streamers and fans, TwitchCon takes place every year with two events – one in North America and one in Europe. The in-person event in 2020 was canceled due to Covid and was broadcast instead. It’s back after a two-year hiatus this year, holding TwitchCon Amsterdam in July and TwitchCon this weekend in San Diego.
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