Natalia “Alinity” Mogollon, a Twitch star with a whopping 1.5 million followers, has sadly fallen victim to yet another infamous source of drama: cars. This time, it’s her brand new, $160,000 Aston Martin that has met a tragic fate. But before we delve into the details, let’s rewind a bit and get to know Alinity a little better.
She’s no stranger to controversy, folks. Despite facing criticism for her treatment of animals and suggestive content, she’s managed to build an enormous fan base. Her streams, which fall under the categories of Just Chatting and Pools, Hot Tub & Beaches, are wildly popular. And if that’s not enough, she’s also got a successful OnlyFans account. Sounds like she’s got it all, right? Well, not quite.
On May 2, 2023, Alinity took to her Twitch channel to recount the harrowing incident that left her screaming and crying in despair. You see, she heard sirens outside and went to investigate, only to find her beloved Aston Martin had been hit while parked. And the culprit? A Mercedes with a missing wheel that was still in the middle of the road. Can you believe it? Neither can we.
Now, here’s where things get a bit more complex. While Alinity’s fans were understandably concerned about her well-being, she assured them that the other driver’s insurance would cover the damages. But wait, there’s more! This is not the first time a top Twitch streamer has had their car damaged or stolen. Earlier this year, Ali “Myth” Kabbani had his Audi S5 stolen, and Ludwig Ahgren lost his “dream car,” a Subaru Sambar mini truck, during a power outage in Los Angeles. And don’t even get me started on Matthew “Mizkif” Rinaudo, who had to shell out over $100K for damages to his Audi R8 last year. Yikes.
But fear not, dear readers. Despite this setback, Alinity’s fans continue to support her, and she is grateful for their love and encouragement. She knows that she’ll come out of this experience stronger and wiser. And who knows, maybe she’ll even take up biking instead of driving. One can only hope.
There you have it, folks. Another day, another Twitch drama.