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Esports Player Fired Following Allegations Of Sexual Assaulting Minors

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Esports Player Fired Following Allegations Of Sexual Assaulting Minors

Content Warning: this article contains references to sexual assault, grooming, and rape

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Scottish Valorant pro Zander ‘Avexic’ Fraser has been released from Skelp Gaming following accusations of sexual assault and grooming.

Skelp describes itself as "Scotland's premier esports organisation, boasting some of the best talent in the country." The 18-year-old Fraser was IGL (in-game leader) for the company, who released a statement on the allegations earlier this week.

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“Avexic no longer represents Skelp in any capacity,” Skelp stated in a Twitlonger “We stand for being an open, welcoming and safe organisation and will continue to do that moving forward. We won’t be commenting on the situation further while we investigate it from a legal perspective.”

Esports News UK reports that Police Scotland is in the process of investigating Fraser.

Yesterday morning, Twitter user bebaberry_ shared a deeply harrowing Twitlonger which went into her alleged relationship with Fraser.

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She claims that she started dating Fraser when we was 15, and that he asked for nude pictures from her. She also alleges that he was into "rape play" and "age play".

“The first time we met he forced me on several occasions to touch him and do things to him,” bebaberry wrote. “I wasn’t ready at all and I made him aware of this and said no every time. This continued every time we met, he would force me to do things then apologise over text and manipulate me into dropping it.

“He’s continued to sexually assault me, the most recent time being in November, I told him he was hurting me and I asked him to stop, he continued and told me afterwards he liked that I was crying and he liked that it felt like r*pe to him.

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“Recently I’ve been thinking the relationship over, and after everything I’ve been through I decided to leave him and cut him off. My main goal is to prevent this happening again, I know how people tend to react to these things but I don’t think negative comments on either part will do any good.”

Fraser has deleted his Twitter profile since these accusations came to light.

Featured Image Credit: Riot Games

Topics: Esports

Ewan Moore
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