Giovanni di Stefano tweets from jail

Giovanni di Stefano sent ranting Twitter messages after being jailed for duping clients out of £1million. The former Dundee FC director was sentenced to 14 years on Thursday after being convicted of 25 fraud, money laundering and forgery charges. But the crook, dubbed the Devil’s Advocate, managed to access a banned mobile phone behind bars and put out a series of tweets. Di Stefano, 57, posted: “What’s sad here frm 200 + clients, less than 10 complain. History will tell my story far greater than this little setback.” He signed off with the hash tag: “Believe in your life.”In another tweet, Di Stefano said: “If I was a thief, I’d have stolen much more than 1 million when more than 20 went via my control.”He added: “I want to thank those who’ve written support for me. I’m touched and thank you all. A few have been less kind and I thank you also.”