NOTTINGHAM FOREST icon Bryan Roy has been sentenced after threatening to KILL Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte.
The 51-year-old told the politician he would ‘get a headshot soon’ on Twitter and has been given community service and a suspended prison sentence.
Roy will do 80 hours of community service after being sentenced by the police judge in The Hague.
And if he commits a crime again within two years he will serve four weeks in prison.
Roy’s offence occurred in April.
He responded to a tweet in which someone called for centre-right politician Rutte to resign.
The ex-winger wrote: “Headshot, will get it soon.”
A police report was filed which led to Roy’s arrest.
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The Public Prosecution Service demanded a ten week prison sentence.
But he will do community service and stay on probation for two years.
Roy was capped 32 times for Holland in his career.
And he played for Forest between 1994 and 1997 scoring 24 goals in 85 league games.
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He was also in trouble with the law last year when he told journalist Chris Klomp: “I know where you live now.
“We sleep at night, just not you.”
This case was dropped by the Public Prosecution Service.
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