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Suspicious fire in the streamer Amouranth

Suspicious fire in the streamer Amouranth

A suspicious fire broke out around Amouranth’s home Friday night, according to tweets from Stream.

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Yesterday, late at night, a fire broke out on the side of my house where I keep rubbish. “The cause of the fire has not yet been determined, but investigators strongly suspect an arson,” she said on Twitter.

Amouranth, who also provides content for OnlyFans, noted that this is not the first time she has been in such a situation. In 2020, someone reportedly attempted to throw fireworks into their home under the guise of a July 4th celebration. However, according to her, the person responsible would have been caught in the middle of a crime and then caught.

She reminds her Twitter followers that she is constantly harassed, including crushes, and that she had to establish good contacts with the authorities to avoid dangerous situations. According to her tweets, she is the victim of weekly crush attempts.

Security issues around the Twitch platform are a concern for many creators. They launched the hashtag #TwitchDoBetter (“Twitch should do better”) to denounce the platform’s inaction on harassment, including Hate raids (hate raids) and racist attacks. Twitch has promised better performance with an update to detect hate speech more accurately, but there is still no concrete solution to attacks on Banners which are carried out parallel to the site.

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