Valorant pro player and former CS:GO player Hunter "SicK" Mims has been released from jail in Texas.
According to the inmate entries of the Collin County jail, SicK was released after 12 days of confinement.
The athlete was arrested on March 4 after an incident at a Ferrari car dealership. He refused to leave the dealership despite the demands of its employees. He was charged with a Class B misdemeanor and held on bond for $5,000.
After the arrest, SicK was suspended in Sentinels. The organization signed Jimmy "Marved" Nguyen to replace him as the sixth player in Sentinels' Valorant roster.
According to Dotesports, Sentinels' management helped secure the athletes release by paying his bail, and also paid for SicK's sister to meet with the player in person.