- Kylie Carter shared photos of her car during and after the fire on Twitter
The moment a Twitch Streamer’s car was set on fire by a viewer who had traveled 700 miles and set it on fire outside her home was shared on social media.
Kylee Carter, known on the streaming platform as justfoxii, first shared photos of her car during and after the fire on Twitter.
Carter, who opened up in a YouTube video, shared more details about the incident, which she said happened while on vacation.
“I was asleep,” Carter said, “It was about two in the morning and my mom called me.
She was crying, and she knew something really bad had happened.
She said, “Someone set your car on fire. I’m really sorry, I have to go, the police are here.”
“And she was home while all this was going on.”
Accompanying the photos, Carter wrote on Twitter: “A pickpocket spectator came to my house and set my car on fire…”
In the video of the accident, the man placed a bucket on top of a block on the car.
After the top of it lights up, the hood of the car can be seen burning fiercely.
The footage then switches from black and white to colour, with the front wheels also blazing and sirens sounding in the background.
The end of the video shows the car as a steaming wreck, before it cuts through the torn hood with the destroyed engine parts exposed.
Carter viewed the footage on the security cameras she had installed around her home.
And she continued: I saw my car on fire. This is the first thing I saw.
I couldn’t believe I was watching my car – which I had worked so hard for – just burn out.
“And for someone to take that away from me is very painful. I will never be able to understand that.
Carter feels that the distance traveled by the offender makes the situation “much worse”.
Reflecting on the efforts to save her car, she said: ‘The firefighters came so fast and I’m so grateful for that because the fire spread to the fence and burned down the side of my house.
Which was my mom and the animals inside.
We are all traumatized in ways I will never be able to describe.
But I’m glad everyone is fine. This is the most important thing for me.
The shocking incident also made Carter think about her streaming fame.
“I never thought that when I started broadcasting back in 2015, something like this would happen to me,” Carter said.
Hope to get back to grinding soon.
I’ve always loved streaming so much, but it’s so hard to feel motivated when all this is going on.
Due to things going on, Carter also said she can’t give an exact date for when she plans to return to broadcasting.
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