Ellis “GiG” Hindle the coach of Invictus Gaming of Rainbox Six Siege and former of Natus Vincere (otherwise known as Na’Vi) was reportedly arrested in Manchester for assaulting his former partner. According to police investigations, the relationship, which lasted a good two years, was characterized by continuous abuse and violence. Aimee Southern, GiG’s now ex-girlfriend, asked a TwitLonger for her confession. The girl talks about multiple physical assaults, verbal abuse, and attempted rape. Among other things, Aimee said that GiG would ” drag her to the floor grabbing her by the wrists in an attempt to keep him from leaving him “, adding that the boy would ” force her into sex with him after verbally humiliating her, yelling at her horrible things “.The statement also accused GiG of spending her time texting explicit messages with several underage girls, ” aged 16 and he was perfectly aware of them .”GiG claimed he was innocent, declaring that there is nothing true in the allegations that have come upon him. However, he admitted that he ” betrayed and behaved badly at times “, but added that ” that’s all “.Despite allegations that surfaced during the Rainbow Six Invitational, GiG was not prohibited from attending the event. A spokesperson for Invictus Gaming said: “ The police are collecting testimony and evidence. Until the contrary is shown, we will continue as usual ”. At the moment, the allegations appear to be quite serious and police investigations are ongoing.