& # 39; Welcome to hell & # 39 ;: former West Ham defender Tomas Repka receives death threats when he arrives in Prague prison after being sentenced for 15 months
- Tomas Repka was sentenced to 15 months in prison after committing fraud
- When he arrived at the prison in Prague on Tuesday, he was told: & # 39; Welcome to hell & # 39;
- Repka was reportedly also told that he would & # 39; die & # 39; in the Czech prison
The former West Ham defender, Tomas Repka, reportedly received & # 39; welcome to hell & # 39; and threatened to threaten at a prison near Prague on Tuesday.
Repka started the first day of a 15-month sentence after being found guilty of fraud.
iDNES, a TV station in the Czech Republic, reported that Repka was told that he would & # 39; die & # 39; when he made his way into the Ruzyne complex, west of Prague.
The former West Ham defender Tomas Repka arrived in a Prague prison on Tuesday afternoon
Allegedly he received & # 39; welcome to hell & # 39; and that he would & # 39; die & # 39; during his 15-month sentence
Images shot through the channel show that Repka leaves a car with some luggage before entering the prison through a purple door.
The 45-year-old was found guilty of fraud in Prague after he claimed to have sold the car to a woman when he actually rented it.
He had promised to return the money if the ownership of the car was not transferred to the woman, but not.
It is the second imprisonment of the former Czech footballer in six months after he was found guilty of revenge porn against his wife last year.
A court ruled earlier that the 45-year-old sold a luxury car to a woman, even though he did not own it
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