Unfortunately, Twitch streamers have increasingly struggling with doxing and stalkerswho are trying to meet her in real life or, as in the case of Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa, sell her home and farm to propose to the Twitch streamer. This is exactly the plan Amouranth’s most persistent stalker from Estonia had, who is said to have turned his belongings into cash in his home country in order to observe the streamer’s post office box from a hotel room for weeks in order to intercept her.
We already reported on this in mid-2022. The man was later said to have been seen outside Amouranth’s estate, but was later sent back to Estonia. Now the same stalker is said to have reappeared and even tried to break into the Twitch streamer’s house. According to Amouranth’s statements, he is said to have left a mysterious package.
Amouranth’s stalker returns with a mysterious package and key
In a series of tweets, Amouranth shared security footage of the scene showing the man coming to her home and attempting to break into her home.
“He first tried to sneak in behind one of my maids – but the door was slammed in his face,” she explained. “He then walked away – only to come back four hours later and try again to get into the house. When that failed, he paced back and forth on my doorstep for 20 minutes before leaving a package and a key.”
Police see no need for action
According to Amouranth, she doesn’t know what the key is for, and she hasn’t revealed what was in the package or if she even opened it.
The streamer added that the police had been notified because trespassing had been committed. However, she had been told that one had to wait and see what else he would do before doing anything.
Amouranth had already obtained an injunction against the man in 2022 and forwarded his documented crimes to the police. Those responsible plan to continue to wait. It’s not clear if the man will be arrested again, but it’s certain that the streamer is growing concerned about the situation – especially given the number of times this has happened.
Source | dexterto