Police have released a mugshot of Arsenal Fan TV contributor Mr DT, famous for his YouTube rants about the state of the football club, as he was jailed for stalking, assaulting and kidnapping his ex-girlfriend.
Mr DT, real name Liam Goodenough, 42, was pictured with blonde hair and an Arsenal shirt after having his initial sentence tripled to three years.
Arsenal Fan TV released a statement distancing themselves from Goodenough, who last appeared on January 1, adding the prison sentence was “new” to them and he had “no place” on the channel.
A news release from the Government said the YouTube star stalked his former partner as she went on a date, jealously sending the victim’s brother messages threatening suicide and demanding to know the location of the victim.
Aylesbury Crown Court heard he used a tracking feature on her phone, and drove to the hotel the victim was staying at and verbally abused her, as well as assaulting her alleged date.
Goodenough dragged the victim out of the hotel room to his car, suggesting he had a knife and that her son was in the vehicle.
However, when she realised that her son was not in the car she tried to escape. A bystander intervened and the victim was able to get out of the car, while Goodenough escaped.
Goodenough was convicted of stalking involving serious alarm or distress, and kidnapping. On November 5, at Aylesbury Crown Court, Goodenough was sentenced to 12 months’ imprisonment.
He was also handed a restraining order for a period of 10 years.
Following the sentencing, the Solicitor General referred Goodenough’s sentence to the Court of Appeal under the Unduly Lenient Sentence (ULS) scheme.
Goodenough stated he was taking a hiatus from producing videos to concentrate on spending “quality time” with his family on Thursday the same day his sentence was increased.