Amouranth Responds to Claims she is Losing Money After Husband Controversy

Popular streamer and onlyfans star Amouranth recently responded to claims about losing money after the recent husband controversy.

Kaitlyn Michelle Siragusa, more commonly known as Amouranth, is an American Twitch streamer, cosplayer, erotic model, and YouTuber. She also frequently posts on Instagram and Onlyfans garnering millions of likes and reactions from fans and followers.

In recent times, she has been more active on OnlyFans, accumulating millions of dollars in her account. Amouranth’s OnlyFans is one of the most subscribed accounts in the world. At one time, she even made more than $200,000 from a single video.

About a week ago, some controversy started regarding Amouranth’s husband. Amouranth’s fans and followers had no idea that she was married. Amouranth’s husband also apparently took control of all her accounts and threatened to leave her only $1 million. But Amouranth has since taken control and returned to streaming on Twitch.

This recent controversy sparked some drama as many claimed that Amouranth started losing money after people found out she had a husband. Amouranth responded to all these claims on her Twitter account.

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Amouranth Responds to Claims she is Losing Money:

Amouranth Posted on her Twitter account, calling out the people saying she is losing money after the recent husband controversy. Many online are saying that Amouranth’s stocks are down. But according to her, the cash flow is still 7 figures monthly, meaning she makes more than 1 million a month after taxes. She wrote,

“A lot of people sniping me like “lol your stocks are down”

If my platforms and business interests were consolidated as a single org, the look through is 7 figure cashflow (after taxes) monthly, enduring despite interest rates or the economic backdrop. And haters are gonna”

She also wrote that her purchasing power of investments has doubled in the last couple of months.

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