Three-time winner: Brazil’s high-value female contestant sentenced to 116 years for fraud

Former Brazilian CSGO professional Shayene “shAy” Victorio is facing a 116-year prison sentence for allegedly defrauding more than 100 customers,media reported. Reported that shAy as a CSGO player for 11 years, has played MIBR, ProGaming and other well-known teams. He has won three Gamers Club Women’s League titles and is considered the top CSGO women’s player. He also dated CSGO star player Fer between 2017 and 2019.

ShAy, like the domestic anchor, has its own online store, which is accused of failing to send goods to more than 100 customers in 2013 and 2017 and refusing any refund requests. The total amount of the fraud was not disclosed, but the Sao Paulo state department heard a joint lawsuit and sentenced ShAy to 116 years in prison.

In response, ShAy’s lawyer said it was caused by the distribution department, which had successfully conducted at least 10,000 transactions. ShAy also responded on personal social media, saying it was an online store she worked with and that her ex-husband was responsible for the incident and would not be arrested for it.

Three-time winner: Brazil's high-value female contestant sentenced to 116 years for fraud