Twitch, OnlyFans star shocks fans after revealing she’s married and alleging her husband is abusive

This article has been updated to include additional information from Amouranth’s livestream on Oct. 17.

Editor’s Note: This article contains mentions of domestic violence. Please take care while reading, and note the helpful resources at the end of this story.

Streamer Kaitlyn Siragusa, better known as Amouranth, revealed in a shocking livestream on Oct. 15 that she’s married and her husband is allegedly abusing her.

Siragusa has been a huge public figure since she started on the platform in 2017 and is now one of Twitch’s 50 most-subscribed streamers and the most-watched woman streamer. She has almost
6 million followers and mainly streams in a bikini, and even with her self-described “smutty” content, she has somehow avoided being banned since 2021.

But despite having an avid, dedicated following, Siragusa has never discussed her marriage. She even denied rumors about the subject in 2021 and in 2018.

In this recent stream, however, Siragusa claimed that her husband told her to hide their marriage for “commercial reasons” and allegedly told her that it would “ruin the business model” if her fans knew she was taken.

One of Siragusa’s accusations against her husband is that he repeatedly threatens to take away her money if she doesn’t do what he wants. According to an interview Siragusa gave in September, she averages a monthly income of $1.5 million from OnlyFans, $100,000 from Patreon and more than $100,000 from Fansly — a relatively new subscription-based social media platform, similar to OnlyFans.

In that same interview, Siragusa discussed her crazy, sometimes 20-hour workdays in which she livestreams for 12 hours straight and then films YouTube videos. In the recent stream, Siragusa also accused her husband of allegedly enforcing the work schedule.

The footage is no longer available on Siragusa’s Twitch page, but streamer and esports producer @HUN2R uploaded four clips from the stream to Twitter.

The husband’s identity is never disclosed throughout the video.

Natalia Mogollon, a fellow streamer better known as Alinity, went live on Oct. 16 and claimed she had tried to contact Siragusa after seeing her video, and then when she didn’t get an answer, she called the police to do a welfare check.

“I did a welfare check on her, and the police can’t tell me anything about whether or not she’s OK,” Mogollon said. “And that’s literally all I know.”

On Oct. 17, Siragusa recorded her first new video since revealing she was in an allegedly abusive relationship with her husband. As of this reporting, over 733,000 people have watched the video.

“I want to talk to you guys about the situation,” she started out.  “Thank you everyone who has been super kind and supportive lately. Over the past few days I’ve had lots of people reach out to show concern — that means a lot.”

Siragusa claimed her husband heard himself on the stream and it “really sunk in” that he needed help.

“As of today I have access to all my accounts and finances again,” she added.

Siragusa also accused her now-former cameraman of “using the situation for personal gain and clout.” She also alleged that the cameraman worsened the situation between her and her husband and claimed he would “encourage” people she didn’t like to show up at her house.

According to Siragusa, the abuse from her husband had been going on for years.

For now, she said she’s looking forward to having friends, getting some sleep, watching TV and being able to “wear some clothes.” She concluded the video by saying she was going to take some time to process everything that’s happened before beginning a “new chapter” in her career.

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence or concerning behavior from an intimate partner, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or use the hotline’s online chat feature. You can also connect with a Crisis Text Line counselor at no charge by texting the word “HOME” to 741741. Visit the National Domestic Violence Hotline website to learn the possible warning signs of domestic abuse.

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