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eUnited release CS:GO coach after allegedly sending unsolicited 'nude photos'

by Calum Patterson

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eUnited have released their CS:GO coach Jared 'osorandom' Hartman, after evidence surfaced that he had sent unsolicited images to a graphic designer.

Sophie Lidell shared a screenshot of direct messages between herself and Hartman on December 22, showing that he had apologized for "sending you an unsolicited photo."

In following tweets, Lidell confirmed that there had been "multiple nude photos" sent, without her asking for or agreeing to receive them.

The tweets quickly began to circulate on both Twitter and Reddit, and eUnited announced shortly after that Hartman had been released effective immediately. 

Osorandom set his Twitter account to private shortly after the details were shared by Lidell.

Lidell explained that she had previously reported the incident to eUnited, but had asked "not to make such a huge deal about it," as she did not want to tarnish the organization's reputation.


Lidell says that she was initially hesitant to make the incident public, for fear of "ruining his life", but managed to build up the courage to share her experience in hopes of protecting others.

These kind of issues are common Lidell says, even claiming that she has suffered similar experiences with members of well known organizations like eRa Eternity (now defunct) and G2 Esports.