Bren Esports drug smuggling: Bren Chong DENIES involvement in drug smuggling case in Philippines, says, “I believe in the justice system,” WATCH VIDEO

Bren Esports drug smuggling: Bren Chong DENIES smuggling allegations against him- Bren Chong of Bren Esports was recently accused of being involved…

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Bren Esports head responds to accusations of involvement in Philippines drug smuggling case (Image via BBXH/YouTube)

Bren Esports drug smuggling: Bren Chong DENIES smuggling allegations against him- Bren Chong of Bren Esports was recently accused of being involved in a $32M drug smuggling case in the Philippines. Chong took to Twitter to deny these allegations, saying that he has faith in the justice system. During a recent conversation with popular eSports journalist Jake Lucky, the Bren Esports owner maintained his stance, saying that the allegations against him were completely false. For more such updates about esports and streaming, keep following InsideSport.IN

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“I believe in the justice system. I think the truth will prevail and they protect the innocent.”

Bren Esports drug smuggling: Chong denies involvement in Philippines drug smuggling case, says he believes in the justice system

Bren Chong was recently accused of being involved in a $32 million drug smuggling case in the Philippines. The news came as a shock to most in the esports industry, owing to his positive reputation in the industry. However, Chong took to his Twitter account to deny all such claims, and stated that he had faith in the justice system.

The popular eSports personality denied involvement in any such illegal activity and stated that he hoped to clear his name from such allegations.

“I’m writing this Twitter thread to categorically deny these claims that may destroy the good name I have taken cared of for so many years.”

In a recent tweet, popular eSports journalist Jake Lucky also shared a snippet from his conversation with Bren Chong, where the latter reiterated that he was not involved in any such illegal activity. He claimed that the people who knew him personally would know that he stayed away from such illegal activities, and would act as a judge of his character.

“All these are false. I never do any illegal stuff, and I hope the people who really spend time with me, who really know me, they can be [a] character witness, or be the one to tell the world outside what kind of person I am.”

As of now, the eSports community is standing strong in support of Bren Chong, with many personalities coming forward to share their personal experiences with the Bren Esports founder.

NBI states a “manhunt” is out for Bren Chong

A day ago, NBI’s International Operations Division Chief, Joey Moran stated that a manhunt was out for Bren Chong due to his alleged involvement with a $32 million drug smuggling case in Philippines. Speaking about the incident, Moran said,

“Drug smuggling is a very serious case and is an unbailable offense. The NBI is mandated to track down and arrest fugitives regardless of their status. As long as you have a warrant of arrest, you become a subject of a manhunt.”

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Bren Esports was founded by Bren Chong in 2017 (Image via Bren Esports/Twitter)

Moran continued saying that Chong could spare everyone the trouble of a manhunt if he simply came forward and surrendered himself. However, Chong has denied all these allegations on social media.

The entire incident has the potential to unfold into a much bigger issue if things go forward. For more updates about the Bren Esports drug smuggling case, keep following InsideSport.IN.

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