Popular Twitch streamer Natalia 'Alinity' Mogollon has confirmed that she's currently in contact with the police after a number of "fans" showed up to her home during a stream and started harassing her.
Over the weekend, Mogollon took to Twitter to remind fans that showing up someone's home without that person's permission or knowledge is not only deeply creepy, it's a form of harassment.
"Showing up at a content creators house is considered harassment. I do not tolerate this and will be contacting the police and an incident report will be filed," the streamer wrote.
In a number of follow-up tweets responding to concerned friends and fans, Mogollon revealed further details about the unsettling encounter.
"I'm fine, I was pretty shaken up," she wrote a few hours later. "It was just a bunch of bored children that thought it would be funny?" She added that the fans in question were outside the streamer's window while she was streaming, messaging her in the chat and describing the colour of her home.
"I was streaming and they were saying things in my chat about them being outside my window, while describing the color of my home," she confirmed. "So f*****g scary."
It's unclear precisely how many individuals showed up at Mogollon's home, or even if they're actually fans. Certainly, this isn't the kind of behaviour we should expect from anyone that claims to be a fan... although viewers do show up at streamers' addresses all the time. It's gross, and obviously has the potential to be incredibly dangerous. Hopefully the police take Mogollon seriously and work with her to ensure this kind of thing doesn't happen again.
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