The second document, hosted on Google Drive, is no longer accessible and Cleo's Twitter also appears to have been deactivated.
The impetus behind the removal is not yet clear, though such public statements would go against legal advice and it may well be that she has been advised to stay quiet until those investigating the matters have reached a conclusion.
Sinatraa is currently suspended from both his team and Valorant esports. (Picture: Overwatch League)
Cleo's original allegations, made on the eve of the biggest Valorant tournament to date, rocked the world of esports, the 9-page document contained screenshots of what Cleo claims are conversations between her and Sinatraa, along with an audio recording that Cleo presents as evidence of sexual misconduct.
Riot Games, the developers behind Valorant and Sentinels, the esport organisation Sinatraa represents, both suspended him pending an investigation which is still ongoing.
After an initial denial, Sinatraa has remained silent, though some clips have surfaced showing him to be playing Valorant in the game's ranked queue, and it has been reported that, when asked, Sinatraa has responded by painting the allegations as "lies", while also revealing he plans to return to streaming soon.
Sinatraa's current girlfriend also released a statement of her own and in response to Cleo's second, now deleted, statement.
The statement claimed Cleo was "abusive" to people in the Overwatch scene and that a war of words that had erupted on TikTok, before this issue become public knowledge, was started by Cleo, contra