A Sentinels Valorant player has been arrested after an incident at a car dealership.
Sentinels substitute Hunter “SicK” Mims was arrested on March 4 for criminal trespassing, according to documents from the Collin County Jail. At this time, he has spent two days in a Dallas county jail and has been charged with a Class B Misdemeanor. His bond is currently $5,000.
SicK facing fine and jail time
SicK was arrested after refusing to leave a Ferrari car dealership. According to SicK, an employee demanded he leave the property after he called the company “disrespectful.”
It’s currently unclear how much more was said or what happened between SicK and the employee, but sources told Dot Esports that the pro gamer is going through some personal issues at this time. His family members and teammates have been trying to reach out to him, including former teammate Shahzeb “ShahZaM” Khan.
While SicK previously tweeted about the incident, it appears he has since deleted the thread.
This isn’t the first time that SicK has been open about his mental health. In the spring of 2022, SicK announced that he could not compete with the Sentinels after openly stating that he was “struggling” with his mental health. He was streaming on Twitch a few months later.
SicK is currently a substitute on the Sentinels roster and it’s unclear what will happen from here. The Valorant team has yet to openly discuss the sensitive matter.
According to a criminal defense attorney from that area, Andrew Williams, he could face a jail term of up to 180 days or a fine of up to $2,000.