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Is streamer Amouranth really threatened by her husband and forced on Twitch and Onlyfans? | Digital Trends Spanish

Much controversy has been generated in recent days on social networks, after the confession of the popular Amouranth streamerwho revealed that she has been suffering domestic violence from her husband for a long time and tearfully acknowledged that many of her performances in Twitter Y onlyfans They have been against her will and under pressure from her husband.

In some of the revealed communications, the subject calls her a “foolish piece of shit” and dares her to throw her luggage out the hotel window.

The abusive behavior of the husband, whose existence was unknown until now, included threats of another nature. In one passage, she tells the streamer which has the power to manage your accounts on social networks and platforms. Then, that he could waste $500,000 of his estate by giving it to animal care institutions, although he also tells her that he could murder her pets.

Here is a Twitter thread showing the record as the videos have been removed from Twitch.

Amouranth has revealed that she has a husband, along with revealing his abuse

He has threatened to kill her dogs, take all their money, and force her to stream.

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— GUARD Hunter (@HUN2R) October 16, 2022

“Her husband has also been accused of forcing her to broadcast content, telling her to ‘commit to the routine because it’s a good financial opportunity,’ and to keep posting a large number of videos of jacuzzieven when she doesn’t want to,” he reported. Gizmodo.

Amouranth pointed out that the figure of her husband had been kept secret because his presence “would ruin the business model”. “Do you want me to tell them I’m single? It’s about to be true, you piece of shit, ”she proposes to him in another moment.

The 28-year-old famous streamer also says in the video that her husband has been to a therapist for his behaviour, labeled “a form of psychological abuse”, and that she has been living in what is essentially a “fancy prison”.

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