A Roblox game claiming to have Kim Kardashian’s sex tape was discovered by her son


Roblox has banned a developer following an episode of The Kardashians that showed Kim Kardashian’s son discovering a game that claimed to contain a new sex tape featuring the reality TV star.

The episode shows six-year-old Saint West running up to Kardashian with his iPad, happily showing her his infamous crying face advertised on the kids’ megaplatform. Things quickly turned sour, but once Kardashian found out the game was apparently announcing a “new sex tape” featuring her (thanks, Polygon).

Later in the episode, Kardashian cries out to Ye, expressing concern that their son may have potentially seen explicit footage of herself on what is largely meant to be a children’s platform. “It was a game someone made of Roblox and it said ‘Kim’s New Sex Tape’ when you clicked on it,” she told him. She later threatened to sue, saying, “I have all the time, all the money and all the resources to burn them to ashes.”

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Since the episode aired, Roblox has confirmed that it has banned the offending developer while clarifying that no explicit content has been incorporated into the experience.

“The referenced video has never been available on our platform – we have strict moderation and policies to protect our community, including zero tolerance for sexual content of any kind that violates our Community Rules,” a statement read. statement to Polygon. “The textual reference to the band that bypassed our filters was quickly removed and thankfully only visible to an extremely limited number of people on the platform. We also quickly removed the associated experience and banned the developer from the community involved in the experience.”

Although Roblox is largely marketed for children and played by children, concerns about poor moderation and exploitation of young children are rife. people make games immersed in predatory practices that make it incredibly difficult for developers to make money, as well as a follow-up survey that looked at how it moderates its collectibles market.


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