However, when the latter platform permanently banned her account, she made her YouTube account her main streaming and video-posting profile.
Brittany still insists her ban was unfair, as she did nothing wrong, while the internet trolls from such sources as 4Chan flooded her text-to-speech with racist slogans, which then sounded on her stream.
Which seems funny, as every other snapchat content creator shows twerking teens and bouncing tiddies, but, whatever.
In 2017 Brittany by the New York police for her fighting against Antifa demonstrators during the May Labor Day counter-protest which Brittany was attending.
Transferring to YouTube On 27 April 2015 Brittany created her YouTube channel, and posted the highlights of her Twitch streams.
Brittany was eventually released; there is no information as to whether she was obliged to pay any fine.
Supported by 66 patrons, Brittany shares her thoughts on the modern family institution, and speaks her mind on various social problems.
Subreddit dedicated to the twitch streamer Brittany Venti, she doesn't really understand a lot, but we're here for it all.