BrookeAB, a popular streamer, and 100 Thieves content creator, says she won’t be going to TwitchCon this year because stalkers are still bothering her and making death threats.
Unfortunately, Brooke’s public job has caused trouble for her and her family, as stalkers have harassed her and made death threats against her. It got so bad that she asked Twitter and Instagram to ban the person who was following her.
The death threats Brooke receives are very real as can be seen in the tweet below.
“nothing is going to happen to you, quit being dramatic”— brooke (@brookeab) May 27, 2022
MAJOR TRIGGER WARNING pic.twitter.com/K8LMOl22Iz
Now, the streamer has said that she won’t be going to TwitchCon this year because she worries about her safety because she keeps getting death threats.
In a tweet on May 27, BrookeAB answered her fans who had asked if she was going to TwitchCon. But many people were upset when she told her fans that she wouldn’t be at the event in San Diego later this year.
Brooke said, “I’ve been asked this question a lot lately, so I just wanted to let you know that I won’t be going to TwitchCon this year.”
“There’s nothing wrong with Twitch; they do a great job with security. I just don’t feel safe with the stalkers and death threats I keep getting.”
been getting asked this question a lot recently so just wanted to give a heads up — I will not be going to twitchcon this year! nothing wrong on Twitch end they do a great job with security, I just don’t feel safe with my stalkers and constant death threats.— brooke (@brookeab) May 27, 2022
I’M SORRY 🙁 ❤️
In the comments, the streamer’s fans gave her support and told her it was okay and she didn’t need to apologize. Says one follower, “Don’t apologize for wanting to be safe ever! We know how much you would love to come and meet fans but your safety is the most important thing. Disgusts me that you have to deal with it.”
Brooke isn’t the only streamer nervous about TwitchCon. Sweet Anita recently asked for more security at an event after she found out that her viewers had crowdfunded tickets for a “crazed homeless guy.”