The Inactive Sentinels' Valorant player Hunter "SicK" Mims has been arrested in Texas in Collin County once again.
Earlier in March, the athlete caused a scandal in a Ferrari dealership, refusing to leave the premises. As a result, he served 12 days in jail and was suspended by the Sentinels. The organization signed Jimmy "Marved" Nguyen to replace him as the sixth player in Sentinels' Valorant roster.
On the day of his arrest, the athlete again wrote a defiant tweet regarding Ferrari.
Esports journalist George Geddes reported the Sentinels and SicK's ex-teammate, Shahzeb "ShahZaM" Khan (currently playing as an in-game leader for G2 Esports) are both trying to provide some positive influence for Mims, who is apparently going through a difficult period right now.