MeetMe claims it checks users to make sure they arenвЂ™t convicted intercourse offenders. However the popularity of one streamer arrived within months of their release from jail.
Deonte Fisher, a 26-year-old through the suburbs of Chicago, rose quickly this 12 months to be a VIP streamer on MeetMe, an software that combines dating with live-streaming. Fisher accumulated around $50,000 worth of digital вЂњdiamonds,вЂќ according to a display image, which are tokens that streamers can make from digital gifts delivered by users. By this thirty days, he was the appвЂ™s 58th most popular streamer, with around 16,000 fans, and posted pictures of himself attending company-sponsored activities.
But FisherвЂ™s success on MeetMe, where he had been referred to as вЂњYogi Bear,вЂќ arrived within days of their launch from jail in February after being convicted of the intercourse offense involving aвЂ” that is minor felony which should have avoided him from being regarding the application, based on MeetMeвЂ™s web site. Continue reading