Former Premier League star sentenced to prison for adverting sexual services of his ex-wife

Previous West Ham United defender, Tomas Repka, was on Thursday condemned to a half year in jail for promoting sexual administrations of his ex, Vlaďka Erbová.

Repka and his present accomplice, Kateřina Kristelová, were discovered liable in a Czech Republic court for promoting the sexual administrations of Erbová online without her insight.

The ex-Czech Republic global, who won 46 tops for his nation, has been liberated on bid yet faces a half year in jail in the event that he neglects to topple the decision.

“The previous Czech football worldwide Tomáš Řepka has been imprisoned for a half year,” an announcement on Radio Praha peruses.

“The Municipal Court in Brno on Thursday discovered Řepka blameworthy of promoting sexual administrations on the web for the sake of his ex Vlaďka Erbová.

“The 44-year-old’s present accomplice Kateřina Kristelová has been fined CZK 50,000 as far as it matters for her in posting the first of three online promotions under the appearance of being Ms Erbová. The classifieds were joined by the casualty’s telephone number.”

Repka joined West Ham in a then club-record of £5.5million bargain in 2001.

He showed up for the Hammers, helping them to come back to the Premier League in 2005.

The 41-year-old passed up Euro 1996 for his nation on account of suspension.

He, in any case, played for Czech Republic at the Euro 2000, yet were dispensed with at the gathering stage.

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