After many years of anticipation Madonna‘s stalker has been given his punishment!
Back in 2010 Robert Linhart was arrested or fixing himself outside of Madonna’s New York apartment with a sign showing his love for the singer but he has now been sentenced to three years of probation and court-ordered anger management.
If you remember back to May when we told you about an alleged stalker who stalked Madonna back in 2010 who really frighted the singer as he use to leave love notes for her outside of her NYC apartment!
The man in question is Robert Linhart, a former firefighter, who allegedly parked outside of the singers Central Park home and spray-painted love notes with messages saying:
“Madonna, I need you. Tell me yes or no. If it’s yes, my dream will come true. If it’s no, I will go.”
But now the NYC judges have dismissed the weapons charge!
As you might know that Madonna’s stalker Robert Linhart’scase had been dismissed after prosecutors failed to meet deadlines. Now, a judge has picked the case back up again!
The judge decided to reinstate the charges from his arrest outside Her Madgesty’s NY apartment in 2010!
He was charged with criminal mischief, graffiti AND possession of a weapon — an ice pick!
Robert was found by police with a sign that creepily read:
“M, the Universe brought us together in 1992 and again this year in Prague. Meet me please XXX.”
But now it looks like he “miscalculated” the 180 days prosecutors had to bring him to trial
Fingers crossed they will lock him up for good!