Ex-Counter-Strike-Pro faces 116 years in prison after alleged fraud

Former Brazilian professional player Shayene "shAy" Victorio has been sentenced to 116 years in prison and is now appealing to prove her innocence.

Loud ESPN has been Shayene "shAy" Victorio Sentenced to 116 years for 118 defrauded customers. In 2019, she ended her career in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Victorio has been on the counter strike scene since 2008 and is considered a pioneer.

The allegations of fraud relate to the period between 2013 and 2017 in which customers of their online shop never received the paid goods. According to one Instagram post from Victorio is for this but to hold her ex-husband responsible. He is said to have already admitted his guilt.

Victorio is now appealing and has not been detained by Brazilian law until then. If she lost all of her appointments, these laws would also ensure that her sentence could not exceed 30 years. No matter how high the sentence is, the prison sentence in Brazil cannot be longer than 30 years.

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The lawyer von Victorio considers the judgment absurd and sees the blame for managing the online shop and speaks of defaming his client on social media.

The appeal procedures will show whether Victorio really has to go to prison.