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The Twitch streamer says she was “taunted” with delivering pizza before she was hit

LGBTQIA+ twitch streamer Pixelxkitten revealed on Twitter that she had been beaten during a charity stream, adding that she was “taunted” before the pizza delivery incident.

As Twitch becomes more and more popular among people all over the world, it also provides a way for bad actors to harass various creators on the platform. In incidents known as “swatting,” these individuals target creators by making anonymous, automated calls to the police.

While it happens more often to larger creators like NICKMERCS and xQc, there have also been a handful of attacks on smaller creators.

PixelxKitten was recently slapped on the platform during a charity stream and took to Twitter to provide details of her incident.

PixelxKitten describes her beating

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Twitch: Pixelxkitten

PixelxKitten detailed their incident in a Twitter thread.

The morning after I got hit pixel kitten posted a thread on Twitter explaining the incident, detailing that she was previously “taunted” about delivering pizza.

She started the tweet thread by saying: “My dad counted more than half a dozen squad cars outside and at our house was a swat team fully geared and guns drawn. They were told there was an armed gunman who had just shot his girlfriend and was dying.”

Pixel also explained that she had already spoken to her parents about the risks of being hit and stalked so they had a basic plan if it ever happened.

The Twitch streamer and his family then went outside to speak to the cops and explained what swatting is and being an LGBTQIA+ streamer during Pride Month.

pixel also described another harrowing part of the incident. Apparently, the gossip kept sending her pizzas that went unpaid, mentioning that they assume it was “just a bizarre taunt to scare us.”

All in all, the creator explained that given the circumstances, the clap went pretty well and ended her thread with a focus on her successful charity stream, in which she raised $3,000.

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