Smash Bros player banned from tournaments after being arrested over mother’s murder

Dylan Horetski
Smash Bros Player banned for alleged murder
Nintendo

A competitive Smash Bros player named Collin “Sweets’ Boldizar has been banned from tournaments after he was arrested in connection to his mother’s murder. 

It has been reported that Boldizar, who he had a no-contact order with his mother, has been taken in by police as part of their investigation. Deputies on the scene found a decapitated body in the home where his mother lived on June 30.

She was found dead after a concerned neighbor called the police. They had heard screams and loud thumping noises coming from her house at 2 am.

Satellite Smash — a Washington-based Smash Bros tournament organizer — has since taken action against Sweets.

Smash player banned from tournaments

Sattelite Smash posted a tweet on the same day with a message to fans.

In the tweet, they said: “We have permanently banned Collin “Sweets” Boldizar from the Western Washington Smash Scene. We encourage anyone impacted by this tragedy to reach out to @WASupportPanel.”

Alongside the tweet is a more detailed statement from the organizers.

It reads: “We have permanently banned Collin “Sweets” Boldizar from the Western Washington Smash Scene. Collin is in custody and no threat exists to the community. Our deepest sympathies go out to the victim and their family.

“We encourage anyone impacted by this tragedy to reach out to the Washington Support Panel, and encourage anyone who may know anything about the case to reach out to local law enforcement.”

We send our deepest condolences to the family and hope they find peace soon.

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