Valorant pro SicK arrested for a second time within 3 months for criminal trespassing

Valorant pro SicK arrested yet again for criminal trespassing

Valorant pro SicK arrested for a second time within 3 months for criminal trespassing


VALORANT eSports professional athlete Sick has been arrested for the second time in the span of three months on the charges of criminal trespassing. The Sentinels substitute has been surrounded by drama and controversies these past few months.

Hunter “Sick” Mims is a former professional Counter Strike Global Offensive player who is most known for his time at Team Solo Mid and later on at Misfits Gaming. He is a pretty well-known pro in the Valorant community. His most prominent achievement in his career is winning the VCT 2021 Stage 2 Masters Reykjavík with team Sentinels. After joining the team in April 2020, he became their secondary duelist, loved by fans due to his flashy plays. Sick was benched in June 2022 due to ongoing family problems and mental health issues.

After being benched by Sentinels, Sick had a huge downfall in his life and professional career. On March 4th, 2023 he was arrested under the charges of criminal trespassing after failing to leave a Ferrari dealership despite being asked to multiple times. He was charged with a Class B Misdemeanor charge and had his bail set to $5000 which was paid by the Sentinels org. Following his arrest, Sick has been showing erratic behavior like livestreaming completely intoxicated or posting drugs and its paraphernalia to his Twitter account.

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Sick arrested yet again

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On May 8th, eSports journalist George Geddes tweeted out that VALORANT professional athlete Sick had been arrested again due to the same charges as before. “You may have seen he acted differently on stream. He isn’t well, please support him when he returns” he had written as he asked fans to support the streamer through this rough patch.

Other streamers and professional athletes have spoken out and supported SEN Sick on various social media platforms. Sentinels is also working with his family to try and support him. Even during his previous arrest, the organization paid for his $5000 bail and even flew his sister out to work his release papers. Recently his former teammate Shahzeb “Shahzam” Khan publicly addressed this situation on his Twitter, pleading fans to support Sick and forgive him for his recent misconduct. Many prominent names in the VALORANT community including Geddes have come out and said that this was not how Sick actually is and was just going through a rough time.

Although SEN Sick has not been himself for quite some time, fans have been praying and supporting him throughout this phase in his life. There has been no further information regarding SEN Sick’s arrest and the Sentinels’ sixth man has not responded to this matter either.

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