Former Counter-Strike Pro and Influencer Charged with Fraud with a sentence up to 116 years but won’t serve a single day
Former Counter Strike Pro and influencer Shayene “shAy” Victorio was recently reported as getting a fraud charge in Brazil which had a total of 116 years due to some products she sold that never reached the intended audience.
Victorio was a professional Counter Strike pro gamer as early as 2008 and has been considered by many as a pioneer in the Brazilian scene for Counter Strike gamers. As of 2019, she has officially retired from the esports scene and has been actively seen as a streamer and an influencer.
A report that ESPN ran stated that Victorio ran an online store between 2013 and 2017. Her sentence was due to the charge that 118 customers did not receive the goods they purchased.
And while the sentence has been passed she hasn’t been arrested or is in police custody. She can also appeal to the sentence and if that doesn’t work, that would be the only time she goes to jail. And with luck on her side, she may not have to serve her 116 year sentence as the maximum jail time they get in Brazil is just thirty years.
On Instagram, Victorio told fans that she has not been arrested, that she will not be arrested and is not a fugitive. “My work is my image,” she added. She explained that she does regular broadcasts, is well-known in the country’s Counter-Strike community, and isn’t in some hard-to-find location. She said her ex-husband was to blame for this problem and that he has taken 100 percent responsibility.