Over three weeks ago, Guy ‘Dr Dis­re­spect’ Beahm was banned from Twitch and has been rather silent since it all went down. In one of the first inter­views since the ban, Beahm sug­gests he is con­sid­er­ing legal action because of the mis­com­mu­ni­ca­tion with the com­pa­ny over the sit­u­a­tion. Yet, no expla­na­tion for why he was banned was provided.

Beahm gave the inter­view to PC Gamer, where he cau­tious­ly answered ques­tions sur­round­ing rea­sons for his ban amid poten­tial future legal action. He does­n’t share why he was banned, and refused to pro­vide a guess, but did con­firm he would­n’t be return­ing to Twitch.

When asked about why Twitch would not explain the ban to him, Beahm respond­ed, “Yeah, that’s the kind of the mind-blow­ing thing about all of this. Obvi­ous­ly, for legal coun­sel, I have to be care­ful here. But I can say how­ev­er, that I will not be return­ing to Twitch, so, I mean, that’s it.”

From the inter­view, it’s unclear on what ground Beahm intend­ed to sue Twitch, which could make his words more out of frus­tra­tion than actu­al intent. 

He was also pressed on whether he thought the ban was trig­gered his recent shar­ing of con­spir­a­cy the­o­ries sur­round­ing COVID-19 and 5G net­works. Beah­m’s pub­li­cist would­n’t allow him to spec­u­late about it, instead stat­ing that Twitch had not rep­ri­mand­ed the stream­er pri­or to the ban.

Beahm also declined to weigh in whether the ban was asso­ci­at­ed with the recent sto­ries of sex­u­al harass­ment and assault with­in the gam­ing industry.

The inter­view includes insights into Beah­m’s plans, includ­ing hints to a reboot for Dr. Dis­re­spect. He’s also stat­ed he isn’t cur­rent­ly look­ing into any exclu­siv­i­ty deals with oth­er stream­ing plat­forms, and no date has been set for his return to streaming.