Former PVV politician Daniel van der Stoep, 37, was convicted on appeal of grooming and possession of cocaine. He was sentenced to 240 hours of community service and 3 months in prison, conditionally suspended, NU.nl reports.
Former European parliamentarian Daniel van der Stoep was convicted and sentenced by a court in the Hague on Tuesday for trying to lure three underage girls into a sexual relationship in exchange for money, smartphones and clothing. In one case he was also willing to provide cocaine to one of the girls, with the court determining he was also guilty of repeatedly possessing the drug.
The Public Prosecutor demanded a prison sentence of 5 months, three of which conditional, and 240 hours of community service against former European Parliamentarian Daniel van der Stoep in the court in The Hague on Tuesday. He is accused of trying to lure three underage girls into sex by offering them money and gifts in 2013 and 2014.
One of the underage girls former European Parliamentarian Daniel van der Stoep is suspected of trying to solicit sex from, is the daughter of one of the policy aides that worked with him in the party "Artikel 50" during the European Parliament elections in 2014.
Former PVV European Parliamentarian Daniel van der Stoep is suspected of trying to solicit sex with underage girls, the Public Prosecutor confirmed on Wednesday.