Twitch Streamer Attacked by Woman During Livestream at Hollywood Walk of Fame

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Credit: quiteLola Twitter

Twitch streamer quiteLola was attacked by a woman while live streaming at the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a historic landmark that consists of more than 2700 stars embedded onto the sidewalk. These stars each have the name of a famous celebrity, such as actors, directors, producers, musicians, theatrical/musical groups, fictional characters, and others.

It is a famous tourist place with more than 10 million visitors annually. Twitch streamer quiteLola was such a tourist who went to visit the Hollywood Walk of Fame. During her latest stream at the Hollywood Walk of fame, she was harassed and almost attacked by a random woman.

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Twitch streamer attacked by Woman at Hollywood Walk of Fame:

In the first clip, we can see Lola talking to someone who is demanding she delete the video. Lola is saying, “I deleted it already.” But the woman is persistent and keeps following Lola around. Lola then goes to the authorities and asks for help. She tells the person, “Can you call the Police?”. The woman harassing Lola then suddenly starts shouting, “Call Police, Call Police, delete the f**king video. She walking around and videotaping me. Now, I’m gonna videotape you”.

To which Lola replied, “You can video me; I was filming myself.” The woman then keeps on rambling while Lola quickly moves to safety.

In the following clip, we see Lola asking the authorities, “Can I stay here for a second until she’s gone.” She then explains the situation to another person, “There was a woman following and threatening me. She almost punched me.”

From the clips, we can tell the whole situation left quiteLola a bit shaken up. Hopefully, she will be alright after some time.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.