Natalie Reynolds, an individual who streams on the website known as Kick, has recently faced complaints online. They stem from actions that happened in Austin, Texas at Lady Bird Lake. Here's what is known at the time of writing.

Clip Emerges Of Natalie Reynolds Telling Someone To Jump Into Lady Bird Lake

A clip of the moment in question has appeared online. Some of the language in the video may not be suitable for all viewers:

As seen in the video, Reynolds persuaded the unknown individual to jump in Lady Bird Lake. After Reynolds appears to be told to leave the dock area, the woman is heard saying that she is unable to swim, and is only able to float. Video also shows that after Reynolds fully left, first responders are seen heading to the area.

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Per MySanAntonio, they received confirmation that the Austin Police Department did go out to the area. As stated by a spokesperson for the law enforcement agency via email to MySanAntonio, the unidentified woman was given "clothing and a way to get home."

In addition, the spokesperson told MySanAntonio: "APD discourages people from participating in various challenges (social, online or pranks), as they could lead to potential death or serious injury."

Reynolds Responds To Criticism During Another Stream

MySanAntonio attempted to reach Reynolds for comment, but at the time of writing, she did not provide one. But she claimed that unknown woman was not drowning in the lake, rather she was under the influence of drugs:

At the time of writing, no charges have been filed against Reynolds. As this is a developing story, we will have more information when it becomes available.

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