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Watch: Porn Star and Twitch Streamer Adriana Chechik Breaks Back in Twitchcon Foam Pit Accident

Published on October 11th, 2022 | Updated on October 11th, 2022 | By FanFest

Adriana Chechik fractured her back over the weekend while practicing for a TwitchCon stream. Adriana Chechik smashed it to pieces in a foam pit at the Lenovo Legion booth, but from her landing it was apparent that she was in significant discomfort. Yesterday, the streamer posted on Twitter about going into surgery for a meter rod to be inserted for support. In another tweet, Adriana asked why Lenovo Legion urged individuals to jump into the pit “knowing they had the rhinestone pad at the bottom.”

The traumatic incident was live-streamed by Lenovo Legion on Twitch, and video footage was captured by streamer Jake Lucky. The graphic video can be found embedded below but may be difficult for some viewers to watch.

Ouch. This jump looks painful. Adriana Chechik, a Twitch streamer, confirmed that she broke her back in two places after this picture surfaced from TwitchCon

<<<Lenovo Legion’s foam pit has received a lot of negative feedback across social media, and many fans of Chechik have also taken issue with its commentators. Some viewers felt that the commentators made light of her injuries during the stream.

The commentators likely had no idea of the severity Chechik’s injuries were, and the comments look worse in hindsight. After an incident occurred, Lenovo decided to close the foam pit for the remainder of TwitchCon.

However, the accident has taken a toll on Chechik’s livelihood. While that may have prevented any further injuries, it does nothing for those like Chechik who were harmed during the incident.

After jumping into the streamer LochVaness’ pit, Chechik dislocated her knee and sprained her ankle. From the videos, it appears that the hole was quite shallow, which might have exacerbated their injuries. Chechik has already spoken about taking legal action for her injuries. After a Twitter user asked whether she planned to sue, Chechik agreed, saying the company “should hv done better before someone got hurt in the first place.” It’s not clear yet if she plans to file a lawsuit against Twitch or Lenovo (or both) for her injuries.

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