Klaas Otto is mad at juice channel and he wants to know who is behind it

Klaas Otto is mad at juice channel and he wants to know who is behind it
Klaas Otto is mad at juice channel and he wants to know who is behind it

The well-known criminal Klaas Otto is offering 1,000 euros for the person who can tell him who is behind a well-known gossip account on Instagram. Otto is angry about the messages that the channel places about the explosion at his girlfriend’s house in Den Bosch and the subsequent restraining order.

At the end of July, explosives were detonated at two houses in the Maaspoort district of Den Bosch. The first was a mistake. The second was at the house of Klaas Otto’s new girlfriend. Both Otto and his girlfriend received a restraining order, which has since been lifted. A 20-year-old man from Rotterdam has now been arrested.

Reality FBI
The Instagram page in question is called Reality FBI. The ‘juice channel’ carries daily gossip and previously attracted attention when they published a chat conversation in which a police officer from the school claps about the situation of rapper Lil ‘Kleine, who was incarcerated at the time.

Reality FBI also recently posted reports about the explosion in Den Bosch. In one of those messages, about the lifted restraining order, they write: ‘Klaasje and Graasje Otto can live safely again!’, followed by a poll where visitors can indicate whether they think the two are indeed safe now.

It is clear against Otto’s sore leg: “Can someone tell me whether this person is the bald one from Scheveningen?”, he writes on Instagram on Sunday morning. “This person makes a lot of people very furious. I want to give 1,000 euros in reward for those who can tell who he is.” Otto indicates that he ‘wants to approach him on an equal footing’.

Otto, former CEO of motorcycle club No Surrender, has been convicted of extortion, threats, aggravated assault and money laundering of 1.3 million euros.

The article is in Dutch

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