Ex-Valorant pro player Sinatraa has released a document in support of his reply to sexual abuse allegations on him made by his ex-girlfriend Cleo ‘cle0h’ Hernandez.


  • Sinatraa ex-girlfriend recently released a 9 page ‘J’ document charging sexual abuse allegations on him.
  • After 24 hours of this incident Valorant star Sinatraa has finally replied to sexual abuse allegations on him.

Valorant star Sinatraa was accused of sexual abuse by his ex-girlfriend
Cleo ‘cle0h’ Hernandez in a 9 page ‘J’ document.

In the document she describes her relationship as an abuse on her, in the document
there are multiple message screenshots and a audio clip in support of her allegations.


Now after 24 hours of this incident Sinatraa has released a document to support his reply over sexual abuse allegations made on him.

“It is clear from Cleo’s recent post that she recalls our relationship differently than I do. What we do agree on is that it was unhealthy for the both of us,” he said.

In the document, Sinatraa apologized to Cleo, claiming he “[regrets] how things ended,” but denied “[assaulting] her in any way.”

“I am fully cooperating with the investigations and providing the full audio and video clips Cleo referenced in her post.”

His side of statement is coming after he is suspended by both Riot games and his
Los Angeles based team Sentinels. He is also removed from his upcoming big
tournament VCT Stage 1 Masters event.

Cle0h denies Sinatra’s statement

Cle0h has denied Sinatra’s every claim in his side of statement.

“You have never apologized to me ever. For anything,” she wrote on Twitter. “The least you could do is message me personally. But you can’t even do that.”

“Of course we ‘recall the relationship differently.’ One of us was incredibly cruel and one of us was scared.”

She says that Sinatraa’s statement is “gaslighting.”

“Imagine responding to an accusation of emotional abuse with ‘we remember things differently,’ a key phrase to gaslighting,” she said in a follow-up.

Overwatch officials has also taken a strict step and has removed Sinatraa’s “Alien” MVP skin in Overwatch. They are also offering refunds to fans who have this skin. His former Overwatch squad, the San Francisco Shock, have also distanced themselves from Sinatraa since Cleo’s statement was first posted.

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