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Twitch Streamer Admits to Murdered Someone’s Dog

 

Twitch streamer have killed a four years old dog while making comment during a live stream and was affected / threatened by hundreds of people. She was admitted killing the dog while working as a veterinary because of disliking the dog’s owner.

Basically killing of someone’s dog or pet is obviously a crime as per rules which creates a trust shake between veterinary and pet’s owner.

Scott said on live stream with Patel that she admitted the cruel act and felt shame upon this criminal attempt by killing of four-years-old dog.

Patel was also caught attention of people after the comments of Scott, the dog was pretty but even then she kicked off and made mistreatment with animal. Paten said abusement with pet is completely unlawful and shameful act. The people indulge in this activity; will never be appeared on this plate form again. Patel’s reaction in shape of comments spread on twitter, reddit overnight with taking line of strict action against Scott’s Channel be suspended or banned quickly but even then Scott’s channel is still alive and active.

Now there is a big question and point of concern about Scott’s made an offense and could be suspension from the company. Scott’s saying that he didn’t break any company communityguidelines.

Since acceptance her accused, she remains a team partner and allow people to subscribe this channel and donates via “Twitch Bits” currency system. So for, the company has not taken any action thereof.

There are numerous acts of twitch community that break the community rules and people are comment via twitter and reddit but Twitch statement on harassment is that revealing someone’s information is the direct violation of rules. Comments on Twitch page and tweeting against threats / violation may attract to suspend the account.

Twitch stream admits to killing someone’s dog leading a stern violation and exploitation with the pets, animal should be kept with care, love and be loyal being human being.

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