Twitch streamer angry about the yellow letter – the tax office is knocking

Twitch streamer MontanaBlack gets yellow letters from the authorities.  Marcel Eris from Buxtehude is not enthusiastic about it.

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MontanaBlack is in trouble with the state again: The streamer showed a whole stack of yellow letters with warnings in his Instagram story.

Buxtehude – The twitch streamer MontanaBlack apparently has trouble with the authorities again. On Instagram, the streamer showed a large stack of various yellow letters that he apparently had to work his way through. It seems to be mainly about various minor crimes that brought the Twitch star the unloved post. It doesn’t seem to be the first time that MontanaBlack has had to make large reminders and back payments.

Full name Marcel Thomas Andreas Eris
Known as MontanaBlack
birthday March 02, 1988
Place of birth Buxtehude
Subscribers on YouTube 2,900,000 (as of 06/28/2022)
Followers on Twitch 4,500,000 (as of 06/28/2022)

MontanaBlack: The streamer seems to be in trouble with the authorities

What happened? In his July 5 Instagram story, the streamer showed a pile of yellow letters and reminders on his desk. The streamer seems to have received a lot of paperwork from the authorities because he looked exhausted. However, MontanaBlack was rather unimpressed by the amount of yellow letters overall, the streamer from Buxtehude apparently did not receive unsolicited mail from an official body for the first time. Montanablack recently had to make a large back payment to the tax office.

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Twitch streamer MontanaBlack gets yellow letters from the authorities. Marcel Eris from Buxtehude is not at all enthusiastic about it. © dpa / Philipp Schulze / assembly

MontanaBlack: “In the end, I’m actually the idiot.”

He commented on his Instagram story as follows: “I’ll be completely honest with you: With me it’s just that […] I keep putting off this paperwork over and over and over again and you end up getting yellow letters because you got flashed or because you parked wrong, whatever. And so €25 becomes €40 or €50. […] And in the end I’m actually the idiot because I pay more than I actually should.”

MontanaBlack is one of the largest and most controversial streamers in Germany. His statements in his streams and his public appearances in the past have repeatedly made the headlines, for example recently when he revealed his bizarre ideas about friendship.

Where does the term “yellow letter” come from?

The term “Yellow Letter” came about because the letter was sent in a yellow envelope. At the same time, this means that it is usually a letter from the tax office from the department for fines and criminal matters or the cash register. A yellow letter can also be sent by the sales tax office. A yellow letter is a formal postal delivery document. The tax office can use the postman’s date and time to prove that the recipient received the letter at that point in time. The person does not have to personally receive the yellow letter. The certificate is also considered officially delivered as a registered letter.