Madonna's alleged stalker tweets his next court date
Madonna arrives at the Gucci Award for Women in Cinema in Venice, Italy, Friday, Sept. 2, 2011. (AP / Luigi Costantini)
Published Thursday, May 31, 2012 7:04AM EDT
Last Updated Monday, June 11, 2012 6:27PM EDT
Madonna's alleged stalker has had his case reinstated just three months after it was dismissed.
Robert Linhart -- who was first arrested in September 2010 after police found him outside the 'Girl Gone Wild' singer's New York apartment with a pocket knife in a bag and an ice pick in a truck -- wrote on his twitter page he will be returning to court on June 19.
He wrote: "Welcome to my nightmare. Judge Wittner reverses her dismissal decision. Trial set for june 19 2012. My Lawyer Kevin Kitson quits on the spot(sic)"
Robert was also found with signs in the back of his truck confessing his love for Madonna, but he claims in an extended twitter rant the New York police broke the law.
He added: "When the 4 rogue NYPD cops destroyed the signs on my car, they broke the law and violated my constitutional right of free speach. XXX
"Four cowardly rogue NYPD officers beat a handcuffed 59 yo man. He's arrested for nothing except speaking his mind. It all will come to light(sic)"
In January, Robert turned down a plea deal with a year-long sentence, with his lawyer Kevin Kitson claiming he should not have been arrested.
Kitson said: "The New York City Police Department in this case was a servant of the private security of Madonna doing a celebrity's bidding. If you have enough money and power, the rules are different."
The case was consequently dismissed by the judge saying prosecutors had waiting too long to proceed, but the Manhattan district attorney's office appealed the decision.