Adin Ross, a Twitch streamer, received a swatting for the fourth time on November 13 during his livestream.

Ross received word from a friend that he was being swatted once more. A short while later, he got a call from Ant, one of the security guards, verifying that cops had indeed shown up at his house. Twelve minutes later, Adin Ross abruptly halted his streamer, saying: “All right, yo. I’m really off this s**t now. I’m done. All right, chat. I’m not. I’m done! I’m done with this s**t! Out of here. Now, this is getting too far. No, no! I’m done. No, no, no, I don’t care. I don’t give a f**k, bro! F**k outta here, bro! All right. Nah, too far! One thing to go for me, but other people? Nah! F**k that!”

Ross was warned that he was being swatted twice in one week during his livestream on November 13. He promised to keep livestreaming so he could record the footage for his own protection. The Los Angeles-based content creator glanced at the security camera at one point during the stream and saw multiple police officers on his property. He declared: “So wack! There’s nine cops outside. I see the camera. Wow! Look at how many cops there are! Come here! Look at my phone! Look, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, and eight. I think so. Wow!”

Before terminating his livestream, Adin Ross was observed texting someone on his phone. He complained about the circumstance, saying that he had lost interest and was “done.” 

The 22-year-old concluded the webcast by saying that the flyswatter had gone “too far” before saying goodbye to his viewers. He declared: “I’m done, bro. I don’t know when I’ll go live next. F***ing, I don’t know. Done, bro! Hope you have a good night. Hope you guys have a good Saturday. F***ing… f***ing sleep well. F***ing, I don’t know, bro. Just stay safe.”