Kaitlyn ‘Amouranth’ Siragusa recently informed her fans that one of her previous stalkers has returned to break in her house again. While sharing this dreadful news, she also took a dig at the American police authorities for not taking the necessary action.
The incident took place when the ASMR Twitch streamer went to attend a conference for her upcoming boxing match. Amouranth stated that her team alerted her that the ‘Estonian’ stalker is back once again. “He started by trying to sneak in behind one of my house staff,” she added that her team managed to restrict him from entering the house.
Describing the incident further, the Twitch sensation stated that her stalker came back again after 4 hours. He was walking forth and back and finally decided to leave a package and a key. Amouranth added that she has no idea what the package consists or what the key is trying to indicate.
She continued to say that the police were notified immediately. However, with the police authorities, it’s always a ‘‘we have to wait and see what else/what he does”. The American cosplayer implied that even though a criminal trespass order was issued against the stalker, the police refuses to take further action.
The popularity of streamers and content creators often comes at a cost. They are harassed by SWAT teams sent by their viewers, or troubled with their stalkers. The stalking incident is quite common for female streamers, especially Amouranth.
She has to be extra cautious as she has reported multiple incidents of stalking. Out of them, the story of a stalker who came all the way from Estonia, is particularly earmarked in her community. This person reportedly spent 44 days outside her house, only to break in later.
Although the attempt was thwarted by Amouranth’s team, she was completely terrified at the situation. Now that the same person has returned despite being in detention for a number of days, the streamer is kept on her toes.
Amouranth’s fans are equally concerned for her. Her tweet has so far received more than 4k reactions where users are advising her to seek legal action as soon as possible.
This is not the first time when the Twitch star has received something mysterious in her residence. The only difference is that her previous mysterious package came when she escaped out of her abusive marriage.
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