Social media users documented the moment a fan who had traveled 700 miles burned a Twitch streamer’s car on fire outside of her house. The first person to post pictures of her car on Twitter both during and after the fire was Kylee Carter, better known on the streaming service as justfoxii. Carter provided more information about the incident, which she thinks took place while she was on vacation, in a YouTube video.
Carter stated, “My mom called me at around two in the morning after I fell asleep.” “She was crying, and I knew that something very bad had happened.”
The man can be seen setting a bucket on a block close to the automobile in a video of the incident. The car’s hood is on fire, and you can see it. The video suddenly transitions from black and white to color while the front wheels are also on fire and sirens are audible in the distance. On the streaming platform, Kylee Carter (pictured), also known as justfoxii, initially used Twitter to post images of her automobile both before and after the fire.
“Someone lit the fire in your automobile. She added, “I’m really sorry, but I have to leave because the police are here. “And she was in the house when all of this happened.”
The man can be seen setting a bucket on a block close to the automobile in a video of the incident. He lit it on fire and the bonnet of the car was smoking with wrath. The video suddenly transitions from black and white to color while the front wheels are also on fire and sirens are audible in the distance.
After the fire has been put out, the automobile begins to steam and crash before becoming caught in the front of the debris. Carter has been inspecting the surveillance equipment she has placed all over the house. Continuing, she said, “I saw my car on fire.” I noticed that right away.