SicK Sentinals Valorant Player, Charged and Arrested for Criminal Trespassing


Hunter ‘SicK’ Mims, who plays Sentinels in Valorant, was taken into custody for committing a crime of illegal entry and is currently detained in jail for this offense in Collin County. As per Dot Esports, SicK was arrested after a dispute at a Ferrari dealership, which the player shared on Twitter on March 3, but the post has since been removed.

In a video recorded by SicK, which is no longer available, an employee can be heard instructing the player to leave his office and the dealership, but SicK refused to comply. On March 4, SicK was arrested for trespassing and has been held in jail for two days.

According to the Dot Esports report, he is currently being detained on a $5,000 bond and has not tweeted anything since March 3.

Just days before the incident that led to his arrest for trespassing, SicK was involved in online drama with his ex-girlfriend and Sentinels while he was in Brazil for VCT LOCK//IN. The North American player has previously struggled with mental health problems, and in May 2022, he took a break from playing for the Sentinels Valorant team, missing the last-chance qualifier for Valorant Champions 2022 and the last two weeks of VCT Stage 2 Challengers.

After returning to streaming, SicK became a substitute player for the Sentinels team during the offseason, and he and Tyson ‘TenZ’ Ngo were the only two players to remain on the roster from the 2022 season. However, he has not played in any professional matches since his May break, and his social media presence has become increasingly erratic, causing concern among other professional players and members of the Valorant community.

According to The Law Office of Andrew Williams, SicK could face a significant fine or a prison sentence of up to 180 days for his trespassing offense. Although Sentinels have not released a public statement about the situation, they have announced that SicK will be “internally suspended,” and they are searching for a new sixth player to add to their Valorant roster. Additionally, SicK will be required to complete some form of “training” after his release from jail.

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