Dafran apologizes to Sinatraa’s ex Cleo for calling her “a liar” over the allegations

Former Overwatch League pro and Twitch streamer Daniel “dafran” Francesca has apologized to Cloe Hernandez, ex-girlfriend of Jay “sinatraa” Won, after he claimed she lied about the alleged sexual abuse.

In early March 2021, former Overwatch League star-turned-Sentinels Valorant pro Sinatraa was accused of sexually abusing his ex-girlfriend Cleo ‘cle0h’ Hernandez. Although no legal action has been taken, the player was suspended from Riot Games-organized Valorant tournaments for six months after “failing to fully cooperate [Riot’s] Detection.”

When Sinatraa (possibly with his former team) returns to the Valorant esports scene, the community is completely divided – but Cleo didn’t let the situation pass him by.

Ex-OWL colleague Dafran vehemently defended his comrade at the height of the investigation. After once saying in response to Cleo’s claims that “e-girls can be freakin’ scary,” the Twitch star has apologized in a series of lengthy tweets.

valorant player sinatraa in the Sentinels hoodie with the logo in the background

The return of Sinatraa to the game has completely divided the community and left many unanswered questions.

Dafran apologizes to Sinatraa’s ex

In an April 13 tweet, Dafran publicly apologized to Cleo. “I called you a liar and that’s not how it should be when someone comes out with a story like yours.

“Should have shown support, it’s not easy to come out like that. That apology won’t do, I know. I will be better in the future. I’m sorry.”

Cleo was quick to respond, retweeting the comment with a scathing, “If that’s a real apology (doubt): cool. If this is an excuse in an attempt to (probably) regain favor with the Overwatch community in preparation for OW2: get out.”

The former OWL star replied: “100% real. I’ve read numerous tweets, spoken to people, and today I had a discussion with content creators. You got me.

“For the future of stories like yours, and of course for you and your story, it’s extremely important to show support for the victims that come out.” I know it’s my fault too. It’s gross,” Cleo replied simply, “thanks for the apology.”

While some were quick to point out that Dafran responded to Sinatraa’s announcement tweet with a seemingly excited “big‘ followed by two love heart emojis, the tension between him and Cleo seems to have died down a bit.

In an exclusive comment to Dexerto, Alex Francois, Riot Games Global Head of Competitive Operations, sheds light on the Sinatraa situation. “We take all allegations of sexual misconduct very seriously,” he says.

“Per Riot policies, we have partnered with an outside law firm to investigate the allegations made against Sinatraa last spring. This investigation did not come to a definitive conclusion on the underlying claims; However, as the investigation progressed, Sinatraa behaved in a manner that did not meet the standards we would expect from a professional player in our ecosystem.

“As a result of his behavior during the investigation, Sinatraa was suspended for six months (actually for the remainder of the VCT Challengers season). Upon completion of the suspension (September 11, 2021), sinatraa became eligible to compete again. He remains eligible and free to sign with any team.”

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Emma Bowman

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