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Twitch streamer's viewer travels 700 miles to her house to set fire to her car

Ben Thompson

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Twitch streamer's viewer travels 700 miles to her house to set fire to her car

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@kyleecarterrr/YouTube / justfoxii

A Twitch streamer has revealed that a viewer had travelled 700 miles to come to her home - where he proceeded to set her car on fire.

Kylee Carter, known on the streaming platform as JustFoxii, first shared images of her car ablaze to Twitter, as she wrote: "A twitch viewer came to my house and set my car on fire..."

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Opening up in a YouTube video, Carter shared more details about the shocking act of arson, which she said occurred whilst she was on holiday.

Carter said: "I was asleep, it was around two in the morning and my mom called me.

"She was crying, and I knew something really bad had happened.

"She said 'Someone caught your car on fire. I'm really sorry, I have to go, the police are here'.

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"And she was in the house while all of this was happening."

Unable to view what had happened directly, Carter took a look at the footage on the security cameras that she has set up around her house.

The fire was caught on security camera footage. Credit: Twitter / @kyleecarterrr
The fire was caught on security camera footage. Credit: Twitter / @kyleecarterrr

Carter continued: "I saw my car in flames. That's the first thing I saw.

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"I just couldn't believe that I was watching my car - that I worked so hard for - just burn.

"And for somebody to take that from me is very hurtful. I will never be able to understand that."

The unknown man, who has since been arrested by police, travelled over 700 miles to start the fire, which Carter feels makes the situation 'so much worse'.

Reflecting on the efforts to save her car, she said: "The firefighters came very quickly and I'm very thankful for that because the fire spread to the fence and burnt the side of my house.

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"Which my mom and animals were inside of.

"We're all traumatized in ways that I will never be able to describe.

"But I'm just glad that everyone is safe. That's the most important thing to me."

The terrifying ordeal has also made Carter reflect on her fame as a streamer.

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Kylee Carter opened up about the ordeal in a YouTube video. Credit: YouTube / justfoxii
Kylee Carter opened up about the ordeal in a YouTube video. Credit: YouTube / justfoxii

Carter said: "I just never thought that when I started streaming back in 2015, that something like this would ever happen to me.

"I'm hopefully going to be back to grinding soon.

"I've always loved streaming so much but it's so hard to even feel motivated when all of this is happening."

Due to ongoing matters, Carter also says that she is unable to give a specific date for when she plans to return to streaming.

Topics: News, Twitch, US News, Crime

Ben Thompson
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