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Matthew Camp |  ‘Everything I Have Ever Owned Is Gone’
by Randy Slovacek






























Adult performer Matthew Camp woke up in the early morning hours of January 14 to find his home in Poughkeepsie, New York had been
set ablaze in an apparent hate crime.

“An arsonist poured gasoline on the front porch of my home and set it on fire in an apparent hate crime,” writes Camp in an Instagram
post. “I was asleep inside. I am alive to face this person one day but everything I have ever owned is gone.”

“Share this story because queer people are still under attack all over the world,” added Camp. “Our voices will not be silenced.”

The former go-go boy turned sex positive advocate and OnlyFans star went on to share that since the attack “I’m just living day to day trying
to piece together what’s left.”

He closed his post thanking friends and fans for their support and “continued fight to keep our queer families safe.”

Despite the vast damage to the home, Camp and his friend Six Carter were able to escape the fire unharmed.

A GoFundMe campaign has been set up by friends to help rebuild his life and replace some of his belongings.

A home security camera captured the arsonist coming up the steps of Camp’s home just seconds before the blaze and splashing a liquid
(presumably gasoline) all over the front porch. The time stamp on the video shows it was 5:09 am.























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