I cannot know whether or not I should appeal something without evidence of what actually happened.
I was recently suspended with the option to appeal. Problem is, I can’t appeal something if I can’t see what I was suspended for.
I was not sent any proof of what I was suspended for. How am I supposed to appeal something if I am not given proof of what happened?
For example “You are suspended. Appeal here.”
“Appeal what? What did I do that needs to be appealed?”
Was there a legit nip slip that obviously does not warrant an appeal? Cheap clothing can sometimes be too thin. Is there a particular outfit I was wearing that was more transparent than I realized? Was it about transparency or nip slips at all or was it about something else entirely? Is it offensive to have hard nipples when it is cold?? Rock hard nipples can be seen THROUGH my bra and shirt and even my sweater… Is that a suspendible offense??
Maybe I don’t actually NEED to appeal something after reviewing the evidence. But without evidence, THERE IS NOTHING TO APPEAL.
I can’t tell what I was suspended for because I was not sent a screenshot or clip of the offensive outfit or action…
Which outfit should I not wear again? Which position should I not make the mistake of moving into? How can I correct my outfits/actions when I don’t know which particular outfit/action caused the suspension?
The suspension notification I received on Twitch when I tried to log in was too vague for me to be able to decide whether or not I need to appeal.
Why was I not sent an email notification about this suspension, and when I sent an appeal saying “what even happened” why did I not receive an email notification that I had made an appeal??
If I am able to see a clip or screenshot of what I was suspended for and I see that there had been something like a shadow in an inopportune place, or an actual stain on my shirt, I can appeal and say “hey that actually was not a nip slip but a shadow/stain.” But if I can see that there WAS ACTUALLY a nip slip or something other, I do not have a need to appeal because the evidence is there.
I have streamed many videos with many outfits, but was suspended for “inappropriate outfit”.
How do I know which outfit I should not wear again or which position I should not move into to prevent an accidental and unnoticed nip slip from happening again if I am not sent a clip or screenshot of the offense? Or maybe I’m completely on the wrong track and it was not a nip slip OR the outfit, but something I was not aware was offensive at all unless I am shown and told specifically what it was?
Since the videos were deleted by Twitch, I cannot review them to see what happened. I may stream for fifteen hours in a day, and I don’t remember exactly what happened at what day or time without a screenshot or clip of the offensive video.
You cannot make an appeal without evidence. You cannot offer to allow me to make an appeal without sending me evidence of what may or may not need to be appealed.
This is simple law. The prosecutor needs to show proof that the offender offended or there is no case. The offender cannot plead guilty or not guilty to an offense without evidence of what the offense was. Without evidence there can be no plea.