Street Fighter player Leah "Gllty" Hayes has been suspended "until further notice" from the Capcom Pro Tour following accusations of inappropriate behavior, according to a statement released by Capcom on Wednesday.
The statement emphasized that the ban is global, which includes all Capcom-endorsed international competitions and the Street Fighter League.
"Following a review of these allegations and other information available to us, it is clear there have been multiple violations of our player code of conduct over an extended period."
Earlier this week, Gilty admitted to violating boundaries and making people "feel uncomfortable" on Gllty's verified Twitter feed. Gllty said taking a step back from the fighting game community was a necessary choice.
Gllty is currently ranked No. 140 on the Capcom Pro Tour global rankings. The Capcom Pro Tour culminates with the Capcom Cup in Los Angeles in mid-December.