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余計にテンションが上がる健一に俺は思うわず顔を引き攣らせる。

Why is the one making someone else to do the action (健一) marked with に, marker for the doer of the verb?. If 引き攣る is transitive then maybe it's correct but it's intransitive, also if that's the case the doer-causer of the action would need to be switched around but In this case it makes more sense in the context for 健一 to be the one causing the action instead. Shouldn't 健一 be marked with が or は instead?

Link to the orginal source of the sentence if anyone need to have a look https://kakuyomu.jp/works/1177354054889384502/episodes/1177354054889404195

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