October 25, 2021

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Suspicious fire at Streamer Amount

Suspicious fire at Streamer Amount

According to tweets from, suspicious fires erupted around Amurant’s house on Friday evening Broadcast.

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“Yesterday, at midnight, a fire broke out near my garbage dump. The cause of the fire has not yet been determined, but investigators strongly suspect the blaze,” she said on Twitter.

Amurant, who does content for the Onlinefans platform, stressed that this is not the first time she has faced such a situation. In 2020, someone reportedly tried to throw fireworks at their home under the guise of celebrating July 4th. Still according to her, the culprit was caught in the middle of a crime and later arrested.

She reminded her Twitter followers that she was constantly harassed and had to establish good communication with her authorities to avoid serious situations, including sweating. According to her tweets, she is a victim of weekly swatting attempts.

Security issues surrounding the Twitch platform are of concern to many creators. They launched the hashtag #TwitchDoBetter (“Twitch Must do better”). Hate attacks (Hate attacks) and racist attacks. Twitch promises to work better with an update to more accurately identify hate speech, but there is no definitive solution to the attacks yet Streamers This is done in parallel with the site.

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