Twitch star Amouranth accuses husband of abuse and claims she’s living in fancy prison while being forced to stream

TWITCH and Only Fans star Amouranth has accused her husband of abuse during a livestream.

The 28-year-old tearfully claimed he kept her “in a fancy prison” in the footage.

Amouranth was seen on a live stream talking to her husband


Amouranth was seen on a live stream talking to her husbandCredit: Twitch/Amouranth
The 28-year-old has almost six million followers


The 28-year-old has almost six million followersPhoto credit: Twitch

Amouranth, real name Kaitlyn Michelle Siragusa, has garnered almost six million followers over the years through her Whirlpool streams on Twitch and also on Only Fans.

In the first clip, shared on Twitter, she is on the phone with a man she claims to be her husband, who uses insults and obscenities at her.

She asks him, “Why did you say you would kill my dogs?” to which the man tells her to “leave the house” as she begins to cry.

Then, in another video, Amouranth says her husband forced her to keep saying she was single and to keep being a Whirlpool streamer.

She said that one “therapist even told him it was a form of emotional abuse and that I basically live in a fancy prison.”

“You want me to tell them I’m single, that’s about to come true,” Siragusa adds in the clip.

Amouranth then accused her husband of financial control and threatening to leave her with “only $1 million” if she went against him.

The live stream was shared on Twitter by Hunter Grooms of esports company The Guard.

Siragusa’s husband allegedly threatened to “burn” all their money in court and “put it all in crypto.”

The streamer says all of her accounts have two-factor authentication linked to her husband’s phone number

“It keeps you with the fear and threats when you do something to your animals, and then he’s nice again and says everything will be fine,” says Siragusa.

In the last clip shared by grooms, Amouranth shows abusive messages into the camera they are said to be from her husband.

In the profanity-laden messages, he calls her a “stupid shit,” adding, “I’m about to drop off your luggage” and “I’m going to throw your stupid merch off the balcony.”

Amouranth has never publicly revealed the identity of her husband and it’s unclear exactly who he is.

The streamer founded a children’s entertainment company in 2015 and was contacted a year later by Twitch, who asked her to join the platform and start broadcasting streams of her costume making.

From there, she created a variety of content, from dancing to hot tub streaming, which earned her a following of 5.8 million.

Eventually, she joined OnlyFans as well, earning over $1.5 million every month.

However, in April 2022, she announced that she was leaving OnlyFans to focus on Twitch.

In 2022, she was named Best ASMR Streamer at the Streamer Awards.

She earns her income from Twitch and several business ventures she has been seeking and according to Sportskeeda she has an estimated net worth of around $4 million.

How to get help

Women’s Aid has this advice for victims and their families:

  • Keep your phone close at all times.
  • Contact charities for help, including the Women’s Aid live chat hotline and services like SupportLine.
  • If you are in danger, call 999.
  • Familiarize yourself with the silent solution and report abuse without speaking on the phone, instead dialing ’55’.
  • Always carry some money with you, including change for a payphone or bus ticket.
  • If you suspect your partner will attack you, try moving to a less vulnerable area of ​​the house — for example, where there is an exit and access to a phone.
  • Avoid the kitchen and garage where there are likely to be knives or other weapons. Avoid spaces where you could become trapped, such as B. the bathroom, or where you could be locked in a closet or other small space.

If you have been a victim of domestic violence, the SupportLine is open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6pm to 8pm on 01708 765200. The charity’s email support service is open weekdays and weekends during the crisis –

Women’s Aid offers a live chat service available weekdays from 8am to 6pm and weekends from 10am to 6pm.

You can also call the 24-hour toll-free domestic abuse hotline on 0808 2000 247. Twitch star Amouranth accuses husband of abuse and claims she’s living in fancy prison while being forced to stream


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