Singapore Teen Admits Sending Death Threats
Singapore Teen Admits Sending Death Threats conceded Wednesday to sending passing dangers to English Premier League footballer Neal Maupay in the wake of losing control while watching a match. Derek Ng De Ren, 19, sent the messages to the Brighton and Hove Albion forward a year ago from the Southeast Asian city-state. He was infuriated in the wake of watching a match among Brighton and Arsenal in June a year ago, in which Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno was stretchered off in the principal half in the wake of slamming into Maupay. The French forward later scored the triumphant objective in an essential win for Brighton.
Reprimanding Maupay for the injury and angry at Arsenal’s misfortune, Ng sent a few direct messages to Maupay through Instagram, court archives said.
“You figure you will move away for harming Leno? No chance to get in hellfire bruv… However, don’t stress you will be protected you will not be harmed. It’s better time watching you feel torment when your friends and family go through misery,” he composed, likewise taking steps to kill Maupay and his family.
By utilizing an unknown record that didn’t uncover his area, Ng had the option to “influence material damage” to Maupay, investigator Jeremy Bin told the court in Singapore.
“The casualty truly accepted these dangers to be genuine and dependable, expected that an assailant could be in close actual vicinity to him, and kept his family at home quite far,” Bin said.
Ng confessed to two checks of badgering, and two other comparable charges will be considered during condemning.
He faces a prison term of as long as a half year for each consider well as a strong fine. He will be condemned one month from now.
After the player detailed the messages, the Premier League worked with experts in Singapore to seek after legitimate activity, the group said in an articulation.
“As this case shows, we treat each report appropriately and will do all that we can to recognize and examine guilty parties and seek after lawful activity, any place on the planet they might be,” said CEO Richard Masters.
He faces a prison term of as long as a half year for each consider well as a weighty fine. He will be condemned one month from now.
Chelsea and Leicester have been fined 22,500 pounds ($31,872) by the Football Association after a terrible fight between the groups toward the finish of their red hot Premier League conflict. Thomas Tuchel’s side won 2-1 in a match that assumed a critical part in the Blues completing above Leicester in the Premier League’s best four. Pressures were running intense on the grounds that Chelsea players were enraged by Leicester’s overflowing festivals following their triumph when the groups met in the FA Cup last only days sooner. Leicester’s Daniel Amartey was seen stepping on a Chelsea flag in the changing area party at Wembley.
Feelings bubbled over towards the finish of the Premier League standoff at Stamford Bridge on May 18.
A tackle by Foxes full-back Ricardo Pereira on Ben Chilwell started a battle among players and staff from the two sides. The clubs were accused of a penetrate of FA governs a month ago.
“Chelsea FC and Leicester City FC have been fined 22,500 pounds each subsequent to conceding a penetrate of FA Rule E20.1 following their Premier League apparatus on Tuesday 18 May 2021,” a FA representative said.