An online gamer who posts live-streams on the popular video gaming platform Twitch casually admitted that she once killed a person’s dog on purpose while she was employed as a veterinary technician – a confession that has since caused outrage in the gaming community.
During a live-stream interview Tuesday on Twitch, an Amazon-owned website where people can make money from donations by streaming themselves playing video games, host Rajj Patel asked three female gamers what’s the worst thing they have ever done.
The two other ladies, Jenna and FT Bella, said they weren’t sure but gamer Simone Scott, known online as Aqua, said that she once killed an animal.
Online gamer Simone Scott, known online as Aqua, admitted she killed another person's dog while she was working as a veterinary technician
Scott (bottom right) made the disturbing confession during an interview with two other female gamers on the gaming platform Twitch
Scott brushed off her confession saying that the dog's owner 'was a really bad person' and she was never caught because she's 'a professional'
The video was shared on Twitter by gaming host Dion Anderson who has since called on Twitch to remove Scott's profile
‘Well, I used to work as a veterinary technician so I once killed someone’s dog,’ she said, adding, ‘on purpose.’
When Patel asked Scott was she sure it was on purpose, she responded: ‘No one knew because I’m a professional’.
‘Oh my God, oh no, that’s really bad,’ Patel said. ‘I’m gonna pretend like you didn’t say that.’
Scott, smiling, brushed it off telling the host that she didn't like the dog's owner.
‘It was a really bad person,’ she said.
‘I know but, like, Jesus,’ Patel responded. ‘The poor dog.’
The video, which was shared on Twitter by gaming host Dion Anderson, has sparked outrage in the community with many gamers demanding Twitch deactivate Scott’s profile. As of Thursday, her account was still active on the platform but it says Scott hasn’t used it since the interview was streamed online.
‘Streamer @AqualaGamer admits to killing someone’s dog while she was a veterinarian