Angular momentum is supposed to be conserved, but when a rotating black hole evaporates the Hawking radiation comes out in straight lines. Doesn't this violate conservation of angular momentum?

Does a rotating black hole emit more Hawking radiation than a non-rotating one to avoid a violation of conservation of energy?


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