The Welf Prince Ernst August von Hannover, 66, was arrested in Austria on Monday evening (September 7th).
This was confirmed by the Wels regional court.
Reason: There should be reports against the nobleman for coercion, threats, and property damage.
A spokesman had told the “Bild” newspaper after the incident that all points should be charged together.
Prince Ernst August would then have threatened up to three years in prison.
The Wels public prosecutor had ordered the arrest of the prince, which was then carried out on Monday (September 7th).
The scandal prince was kept in custody for two days.
Now he’s out, but he has to adhere to the judge’s requirements.
One of his employees has reported against the Guelph Prince.
Ernst August von Hannover is said to have threatened her and her husband with hounding a group of thugs and smashed a window with a traffic sign. The police moved out on Monday because of “suspicion of coercion”. …
Since the 66-year-old had already attacked a police officer in July, the officers carried body cameras to record the arrest.
The German nobleman caused a stir several times in the past few months. After the attack on the police, Ernst August von Hannover was briefly admitted to a psychiatric ward. Just a week later, it hit the headlines again.
Armed with a baseball bat, he allegedly drove to the police station and threatened officers there to kill them(!!!)
And I mean…“Hunting is a subsidiary form of human mental illness,” said Theodor Heuss!
And obviously, someone who massacres animals in the forest develops himself into one who loses empathy and compassion for his fellow human beings.
My best regards to all, Venus