BeardsonBeardly alleges he kicked Louis Theroux and his team out of his house mid-interview for a documentary.
The online streamer agreed to sit down with the celebrated documentarian for a chat and things took a turn for the worse when Theroux allegedly asked whether he was associated with Nazism.
Beardson tweeted about the incident with the British journalist and then jumped on a live stream to explain what happened from his perspective.
According to the streamer, Theroux brought up the interviewee's alleged ties with the annual America First Political Action Conference and its founder Nick Fuentes.
The streamer says he immediately rejected the suggestion he was a Nazi in any way, shape or form and wasn't ideologically linked to Fuentes and his far-right views.
Theroux then reportedly showed Beardson a photo of him doing a salute at an event and insinuated it was a Nazi salute. The streamer also rejected that association and instead said it was an 'American Military Salute'.
Tensions eventually reached breaking point and BeardsonBeardly asked Theroux and his team to leave his house.
During his live stream, the documentarian called several times asking if they could resume the interview and Beardson said he would only if he received an apology. Louis reportedly offered a 'sorry you were offended' and Beardson told him to 'f**k off'.
The streamer said he's going to sleep really well knowing Louis and his team drove three hours from St. Louis to do the interview, only to be kicked out and told to go home without getting the content they wanted.
"You wasted money and you're going to look like a total jacka** if you try to air that," he said to his hundreds of viewers. "You're a pathetic little worm and you got caught in 4K motherf**ker."
Beardson offered Louis another chance at the interview if he coughed up $1,000 in cash.
He also labeled Louis 'boring' and 'predictable and bragged that he was 'more chad than you will ever be'.
The streamer claims he was picked by Theroux for the interview because of his association with Nick Fuentes, who is described as an American far-right and white nationalist political commentator and podcaster.
The YouTuber was suspended last year because he violated the site's hate speech policy.
Beardson claims he's simply friends with Nick because he finds him funny and isn't politically or ideologically aligned with him.
Louis Theroux hasn't announced a project tackling Nazism in the US, however he previous covered the topic in a 2003 documentary. He might be looking into the issue as the threat of far-right extremism continues to grow in America and around the world.
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