Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa, the most watched woman on Pull outsaid in a Twitter thread that her house caught fire last Friday. According to Siragusa, the investigators have found no concrete cause, but “strong suspicion of arson”.
Siragusa said the fire started near the trash cans she keeps on the side of her home, noting that officials are checking surveillance of her home and the surrounding area.
“I’m fine,” wrote Siragusa. “The fur babies are all fine too.”
Watchdogs also belong to these fur babies. That’s because Siragusa, with 4 million followers on Twitch, has played a huge role in many Twitch trends, including the “Whirlpool” and “Licking ear”Metas, serious security threats are no stranger to it. Siragusa told my former colleague Nathan Grayson that she will be beaten – an extremely dangerous scare tactic, in which trolls call the police authorities with fake details about a non-existent threat – several times a week.
On Twitter, Siragusa said this was not even her first contact with a possible arson. Last year, under the guise of the July 4th celebrations, someone allegedly planned to shoot fireworks at their home. The person concerned was caught and arrested.
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The result of all of how Nathan in detail, is that Siragusa had to maintain a “decent” relationship with their local law enforcement agencies. They still show up after attempting blows, but they understand that she is a regular target for such tactics and usually just check that she is okay before leaving.
“If you are a streamer, I cannot stress this enough,” wrote Siragusa. “You might want to set up a safe or a password with that [police] can (as in my situations) know when it is a ‘real threat’ and roll with full force. “
Siragusa did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Kotaku.