-Jay “Sinatraa” Won was suspended by Riot following allegations of sexual abuse presented by an exgirlfriend.
-Both Riot and Sentinels are conducting an investigation to clarify the claims behind the accusations.
Yet ANOTHER sexual scandal hits the busy esports lines.
This time around, the new subject of media speculation is none other than former Overwatch esports star Jay “Sinatraa” Won.
The professional esporter, who had only recently joined the novel VALORANT ‘Sentinels’ team, was forced into a mandatory hiatus following accusations of alleged sexual aggression presented by a former girlfriend of his.
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Sinatraa under the spotlight for alleged sexual abuse
Jay “Sinatraa” Won is in deep trouble after strong sexual abuse allegations surfaced on Tuesday, as exposed by his former girlfriend, a lady by the name of Cleo Hernandez.
Won had allegedly subjected Hernandez to repeated forms of abuse, that included both physical harm and a series of forced sexual encounters, all apparently taking place throughout the course of their relationship.
The accusations caused immediate reactions on every corner, and his own Sentinels team quickly took on Twitter to inform about their decision regarding Won’s ordeal:
“We are aware of the current situation regarding Jay “Sinatraa” Won and have launched an investigation internally. While the investigation is pending, he is suspended from the team…
We will provide a further update once the investigation has concluded.” (From Twitter, by @Sentinels- March 10th, 12:31 PM)
Sinatraa had recently joined the wave of esports athletes leaving Overwatch -and Blizzard- for the rising and more vibrant VALORANT scene; he had also been named the MVP in the Overwatch League for the 2019 period.
So, it is true: The Higher they Rise, The Harder they Fall!
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