Mystery Surrounds Disappearance of Famed Arctic Explorer

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YouTuber ‘IShowSpeed’ Handcuffed by Ohio Cops


The Cincinnati Police Department released exclusive footage of YouTube streamer Darren "IShowSpeed" being handcuffed and arrested on September 21. The incident happened on August 8, 2022, after the streamer was swatted. The events were partially live streamed on his YouTube channel.

Swatting is a type of prank in which a fake call to the police is made to intervene at a streamer's residence, usually while they are live streaming. Many content creators have faced similar issues over the years, with one resulting in the death of an innocent man (2017 Wichita swatting).

Many users, including social media reporter Jake Lucky, shared Darren's incarceration. The entire drama unfolded in the video as the police officers made an inexplicable arrest.

IShowSpeed is arrested in disturbing video footage.
Fans were only aware of the video that was initially uploaded to the streamer's channel, which documented only about one and a half minutes of footage, for many weeks. Earlier this week, the Law & Crime Network YouTube channel released body cam footage of Cincinnati Police Officers handcuffing the streamer.

IShowSpeed was approached by several officers before being restrained in the video. The streamer from Ohio was overheard saying:

"However, I didn't do nothing."
The officer in charge responded by indicating that a bogus call had been placed in his name. He stated:

"No, no, we'll explain later. Take a moment to listen. Someone with your name dialled..."

IShowSpeed directed his cameraman to pick up his phone and begin recording in the midst of the chaos. The livestream lasted less than two minutes before another officer demanded he stop. 
In separate footage, the cameraman explains the situation to one of the cops.
Later in the video, the officer told Darren that his detention was the result of a call to the help line claiming to "kill" himself and his family.

Camera footage was also taken from inside the police vehicle, where a visibly distressed IShowSpeed can be seen pleading his case while the officers continued their investigation.
IShowSpeed has amassed a large fan base in the last year, making the entire swatting drama highly debated. Many fans stated that the manner of conduct

IShowSpeed has amassed a sizable fan base in the last year, fueling heated debate about the entire swatting drama. Many fans complained about the police's harsh behaviour.

Darren is not the only streamer who has recently been swatted. Twitch streamer Adin Ross and professional Apex Legends player Phillip "ImperialHal" met similar ends.