Ever since June 7, Twitch streamer Amouranth has been publicly tweeting about an alleged stalker who has been following her activity online and in real-life since May 8. Amouranth had explained previously that she had set up a security system and had hired an armed employee to live in her guest quarters to deal with the threat. Now she's spoken about the entire ordeal after the stalker was allegedly arrested after attempting to break into her home.
In a large thread posted to her personal Twitter account, Amouranth details how this stalker had been streaming "every minute of his excursion" on Twitch, with the platform seemingly doing very little to help other than taking his account down. However, the stalker would apparently just set up another account to continue streaming his stalking, and allegedly explained in one of his streams that he sold all of his posessions to move from Estonia to the state in which Amouranth is based, including his house, car, and even his cat.
Amouranth goes on to explain that the only posessions this stalker owned were the clothes on his back, a saxophone with a case, and a set of formal clothing. She explains that shorlty before the break-in attempt, the stalker had streamed himself walking to her home dressed up, saxophone case in hand, and cased her house for a full 30 minutes. After attempting to break in, Amouranth called the police, although she claims dispatch was rude, often put her on hold, and took 33 minutes to actually get to her property.
There is a slightly happy ending to the story, although it's comes at the cost of a lot of stress and fear from Amouranth herself. She claims at the end of her Twitter thread that the stalker was actually detained by the police and the Estonian embassy has been contacted. The stalker is also no longer in Houston, Texas where Amouranth is based, but admits that's all she knows at the moment.
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