Twitch streamer Amouranth accuses husband of emotional abuse, threatening to kill her dogs

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Twitch and OnlyFans star Amouranth revealed during her Twitch stream over the weekend she's married and accused her husband of emotional abuse.

Amouranth, whose real name is Kaitlyn Siragusa, is a famous ASMR Twitch streamer and social media influencer originally from Houston. On a stream from Sunday, Siragusa revealed to her fans that she has been enduring emotional abuse from her husband.

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In the now-deleted stream, Siragusa was seen on the phone with a man who can be heard yelling at her and calling her obscenities.

Siragusa can be seen crying and the person on the phone can be heard yelling, "If you learn or interrupt my part, I’m gonna kill your dogs." 

He later says on the phone to her that he only said that to "prove a point" and states that when she hears something triggering her emotionally, she won't remember anything else except that.

"It’s okay to be emotionally frail, it would be even better if you just accept it and admitted it instead of being so defensive about it," he tells Siragusa. "But what is not okay is to be so emotionally frail and blame it on the person whose not."

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The conversation goes on for a minute with the man on the phone continuously yelling and Siragusa giving tearful responses.

She later says he keeps her there with fear and threats because he has two-factor authentication of her accounts and bank accounts that are connected to his number. She shows the camera alleged text messages of him threatening to give away money, allegedly from her account, if she doesn't do what he asks.

The couple apparently went to therapy in 2020 and the therapist told the couple his actions are a form of psychological abuse and that Amouranth is "living in a fancy prison." She says he changed after that for a short while, until he returned to his original ways.

She says his threatening to kill her dogs was her last straw. In the texts, one of the messages says, "If no call in 1 minute I will absolutely make sure Kyran goes to a [meatpacking] house," Kyran being one of Siragusa's dogs.

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The stream abruptly ended with her talking to someone off-camera. Fans online have expressed concern for Siragusa's safety following the phone call. 

If you need help coming up with a safety plan to leave an abusive relationship contact the Domestic Violence Hotline at (713) 528-2121. You can also reach out to the Houston Police Department (DART) Domestic Abuse Response Team at (713) 308-0080 for help and an array of services.