Record updated “Danger!” winner Amy Schneider talked about the kidnapping over the New Year holidays.
Schneider, a lifelong fan of the show and the first transgender contestant to receive a ticket to the Champions Tournament elite, said on Twitter on Monday that he had recovered mentally after a number of his personal belongings were stolen.
“Hello everyone! So first of all: I’m fine. But yesterday I was kidnapped and lost my ID, my credit cards and my phone,” said a resident of Auckland, California, Ohio. citizen. tweet topic about the experience. “Yesterday I couldn’t sleep and tried to change everything throughout the day.”
Although physically well, Schneider said he was recovering from his trauma and warned his 49,000 followers not to be as active on social media as usual.
“So I doubt I will start writing the theme of tonight’s game and if I continue to win, it may take some time for me to catch up. Thank you for your patience! ” he wrote.
Many students responded to express condolences and shared similar experiences and helped a participant in a fan favorite game.
“I am so sorry to read this! But I just saw you win another game, a total of $ 41,000 today, so keep up the good work !! You have a lot of support from Dayton! ” wrote one supporter.
Schneider had just broken the all-time record for most consecutive “Dangers”. victory – 28 – December 28 by a woman. On Tuesday night, he will have to defend his current champion status, showing the $ 1 million mark he will pass, which he tapes in advance.
Money isn’t Schneider’s main goal – what it means for fame and for all the young trans people he watches. In an interview in November, she said, above all, “she wants to send a positive message to a boring trans girl who wants to be on the show.”