A Twitch streamer admitted during a live stream that she killed someone’s dog on purpose while working as a veterinary technician.
Twitch streamer Simone Scott, a.k.a. Aqua, was asked during a live stream Tuesday what the worst thing she has ever done was. She answered with a story about how she killed someone’s dog on purpose when she worked as a vet tech, adding the reason that the dog’s owner was “a really bad person.”
“I used to work as a veterinary technician, so I, uh, once killed someone’s dog on purpose,” Scott said on stream. “But no one knew ’cause, you know, I’m a professional.”
Twitter user Dion Anderson grabbed a clip of the stream and published it on Twitter Wednesday.
Today on Twitch:
Streamer @AqualaGamer admits to killing someones dog while she was a veterinarian because she didn’t like them. And no remorse or sense of guilt at all? What kind of fucked up sociopathic shit is this.
Posting here in case it gets removed pic.twitter.com/5RDrrPLGEV
— ✊🏽 Dion Anderson (@PaperBatVG) February 28, 2018
Scott, in the bottom right corner, seems to talk about the incident nonchalantly, while the unseen person who asked the initial question seems shocked at the answer, saying, “Oh my god that’s really bad! I’m gonna pretend you didn’t say that!”
Unfortunately, Scott did say that. She doesn’t laugh or give any indication that her admission was a joke, either, and the streamer hasn’t posted anything to clarify her story. Scott has not responded to our request for comment.
Twitch has also not responded to a request for comment.
If Twitch finds Scott’s comments to be truthful, it’s possible that the streamer could be banned. Twitch recently expanded the breadth of what it considers to be ban-worthy offenses and now takes people’s actions outside the streaming platform into account.