Twitch star Amouranth is now selling hair and fart jars for £1,000 EVERYONE – and bath tubs too

TWITCH Giant Amouranth cooked up a new way to stimulate her stomach to fill her already large coffers.

The American streamer, whose real name is Kaitlyn Siragusa, is currently selling jars filled with her farts or bathwater for up to $1,000 a time.

Amoranth is one of the most popular streamers on Twitch


Amoranth is one of the most popular streamers on TwitchCredit: amoranth

She announced the bad business venture in a tweet on Sunday, saying it’s for anyone who wants to “smell your favorite streamer”.

An oddly dedicated website, “CutiePa-Toot-ies,” describes what you’ll get in return for your hard-earned cash.

One package provided the buyer with a jar containing one of the 28-year-old Texas girl’s hairs and a fart sealed in the jar emblazoned with her signature.

Amouranth says supplies are “super limited” and only the first 1,000 people to order will receive one.

If mugs aren’t to your taste, you can also shell out $200 for a jar filled with water from her hot tub.

It was a wink and a nod to the controversy hot shower and bikini video previously knocked her down with bans from Twitch.

There are 3,000 hot tubs available, and like the deflated ones, each one is hand-numbered and signed by the streamer.

It’s unclear when orders will be completed or whether bloating, or “clouds,” will be streamed during the live stream.

“Because we believe in capturing only the best natural clouds, the product may take time to be manufactured by Amoranth,” the official website says.

“We work on a first-come, first-served basis, so when the clouds hit, we’ll make lists and deliver them to whoever’s next in line.”

The move follows similar projects from other celebrities, including 90-Day Fiancé star Stephanie Matto, who reportedly raked in nearly $200k (£147k) as she He’s full of gas in the bottle.

Amouranth is one of the most successful creators on Twitch, broadcasting to her 5 million followers for up to 12 hours a day.

The Texan streams footage of her dancing, playing video games and more – almost always in a bikini or lingerie.

She recently told Vice that she earns $1.5m (£1.1m) a month posting content on Twitch and the obvious partner is OnlyFans.

While that’s caused much of her popularity, Amouranth’s laid-back attitude to Twitch’s rules about nudity has gotten her in trouble in the past.

In May, advertising on her channel was suspended after a string of scarce broadcasts, which meant she could no longer monetize videos.

Twitch’s terms and conditions prohibit “full or partial nudity” including “visible contours of the genitals, even when covered”.

Swimwear is allowed, as long as it “fully covers the genitals and that women who wear swimwear also cover their nipples”.

The streamer has set up a website dedicated to stomach-boosting products


The streamer has set up a website dedicated to stomach-boosting productsCredit: CutiePaTooties
Each vial contains one of Amouranth's hairs plus a'cloud' created by the internet star


Each vial contains one of Amouranth’s hairs plus a ‘cloud’ created by the internet starCredit: CutiePaTooties

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