The Met Police stated in a press release: “A person has been charged after a Met Police investigation into racist, anti-semitic and hateful tweets posted in late 2020, that have been identified by Chelsea FC.
“Nathan Blagg, 21, of Retford, Nottinghamshire, has been charged with seven counts of sending by public communication community an offensive/indecent/obscene/menacing message/matter, opposite to the Malicious Communications Act.”
The Met Police stated the costs are throughout the interval of February 5, 2020 to February 3, 2021 and the suspect is because of seem at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Friday, October 8.
The assertion continued: “The investigation is being led by the Met’s Central Football Unit, who arrested Blagg in February this 12 months.”
In a tweet on the time of the arrest in February, Chelsea FC wrote: “We welcome right now’s arrest which exhibits that hateful messages shared on social media do have penalties.
“We proceed to work carefully with the police to assist their investigations on this essential situation.”
In a joint assertion, a bunch of English governing our bodies stated the boycott hoped to “emphasise that social media firms should do extra to eradicate on-line hate.”