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OnlyFans model and Twitch streamer Amouranth, a.k.a Kaitlyn Siragusa, has reported the return of her Estonian stalker.
The man was arrested last year, in 2022, for harassing Siragusa and allegedly planning to break into her home.
After his arrest, Amouranth thought she'd seen the last of the unidentified man, and was led to believe the perpetrator was no longer in her hometown of Houston, Texas.
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However, after eight months the stalker has returned, showing up at the streamer's door and attempting to break in.
In a now-viral thread on Twitter, Siragusa detailed how the interloper attempted to sneak in the front door behind one of her house staff, but was unsuccessful.
The unidentified man returned hours later to try again. Unsuccessful, he lingered for 20 minutes before leaving, dropping a box and key on her doorstep, the streamer added.
Siragusa was away during the alleged trespassing, occupied by a press conference for her upcoming boxing match.
In the thread, the internet personality noted that she has no clue as to the purpose of the key and the box.
It is unclear as to what has happened to the mysterious package.
As the stalker breached both a restraining order and trespassing warrants, the police were notified, but according to Amouranth, the situation is now a case of "we have to wait and see what else/what he does".
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Siragusa is frustrated at the lack of police aid, commenting: ‘He has literally already broken the law given his coming back to my premises after a criminal trespass was issued.’
This isn't the first time a Twitch streamer has been stalked. Having already been followed at San Diego's TwitchCon last year, Siragusa was forced to hire security, especially after a lack of police aid.
It isn't clear if the Estonian stalker has been found, but Amouranth and her fans are growing increasingly concerned for the streamer's wellbeing.
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