The streamer who led the “bathroom bathroom” trend for a while shared that her house was burned down

The streamer who led the "bathroom bathroom" trend for a while shared that her house was burned down

Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa, one of Twitch’s most notable female streamers, concerned many fans when she revealed that her house burned down last Friday. According to the investigation, this is not a random incident, but someone deliberately published it.

Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa is 27 years old, Youtuber and Twitch Streamer, currently owns a Twitch channel with more than 4 million followers. Kaitlyn is also the creator of many 18+ trends on Twitch, such as “jacuzzi meta” (livestream taking a bath to show off her body) or “ear licking” (create sensitive sounds on the livestream), reason for which he was once bullied Twitch blocks the channel multiple times.

Returning to the fire, Kaitlyn said the fire started in a trash can next to her house, luckily the female streamer and her pets were not injured. The police have searched her home and her surroundings, although the specific cause has not been determined, but it seems that someone intentionally caused trouble. This isn’t the first time Kaitlyn has faced danger like this.


She revealed that she had been “beaten”, an extremely dangerous act in which rioters would call the police and report false news that something terrible was going on somewhere. Fully armed special forces will immediately appear and suppress those present in this place. There have been cases of innocent people accidentally losing their lives under the gun of the police in “crush” cases. Without stopping there, last year, taking advantage of the party, an unknown person planned to launch fireworks at his house, fortunately the suspect was arrested by the police.

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