Keffals, a Twitch streamer and political activist, accused fellow streamer Steven Destiny Bonnell II of threatening to dox her and forming connections with Kiwi Farms, an internet harassment organization that Keffals helped dismantle.
Keffals was reportedly doxxed and swatted many times over the course of the past month with Kiwi Farms, an online forum that was known for harassing individuals and communities. All while spreading lies about the streamer.
Kiwi Farms' sponsor, the internet protection agency, removed its DDoS-guard protection of the website after orchestrating social pressure against Cloudfare. Several prominent members of Kiwi Farms have been charged by German prosecutors for hate speech, cyberstalking, doxing, and more.
Destiny is now threatening to do the same with my family after previously distributing my dox to tens of thousands of people.
Keffals is accused of tying Destiny, a long-time political streamer, to her claims that he was affiliated with Kiwi Farms, and that he threatened to sue her if she did not believe him. Keffals has attached a Google Drive folder with attachments supposedly confirming his connection to the website and its creator Joshua Null Moon.
Steven Bonnell (Destiny) has threatened to sue me for claiming that he is linked to Kiwi Farms. This drive provides dozens of examples of how he is.https://t.co/RGdCDuB1tU
Keffals also alerted Twitter support of the account TheOmniLiberal, which has been used to defy his Twitter ban, and was swiftly suspended from the platform. Though Destiny has created several new Twitter accounts to dodge the users' indefinite ban, the YouTube streamer has yet to appear on another account.
Destiny has spent several streams refuting previous allegations made against him and critiquing Keffals recent appearance on the H3H3 podcast, although he is likely to only be able to release his statement via his YouTube feed due to his Twitter alias being suspended once more.