Before being arrested, Robinson was reporting on the (grooming) case via a Facebook Live by filming men entering Leeds Crown Court. This comes after he was convicted (a year ago) of Contempt of Court for filming four defendants who were alleged of gang-raping a young woman.
Judge Denise Marson placed a ban on everyone in the UK from talking about the entire incident.
The judge in Tommy Robinson's case, Denise Marson, pulled a neat trick today.
She threw him in jail for 13 months, and banned anyone in the UK from talking about it.
— Will Chamberlain (@willchamberlain) May 25, 2018
This completely prohibits anyone (in the UK) from covering the story and getting information about it out to those in the UK and around the world, or be arrested for disobeying the “gag order.” That then resulted in stories being erased from the internet (in live-time) that covered Robinson’s arrest.