Daunte Wright cop Kim Potter told 'you're next b***h' as ex-officer bombarded with threats after Chauvin verdict

DAUNTE Wright's cop was told " you're next b***h" after killer cop Derek Chauvin was found guilty.

Former officer Kim Potter has been bombarded with threats after Chauvin's guilty verdict.

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Earlier todayDerek Chauvin was found guilty of the murder of George Floyd on all counts.

The 45-year-old former officer faces a maximum sentence of 75 years in jail after being found guilty of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.

The announcement prompted cheers from the crowds outside the courthouse in Minneapolis just after 5 pm.

But it also sparked a series of threats, towards Kim Potter, the ex-cop who allegedly killed dad-of-one Daunte Wright in Minnesota, just ten miles from where George Floyd was killed, during a routine traffic stop.

Someone wrote: "kim potter u next b****."

Another one tweeted: Real life made an example out of his a**!!! Kim Potter you NEXT!!!"

Someone else said: "KIM POTTER pack up next to get smoked."

While another one tweeted: "Kim Potter get your affairs in order because your up next!"

Ex-Minnesota cop Kimberly Potter allegedly killed Daunte Wright after she confused her gun and Taser.

The 26-year veteran, was heard on bodycam footage saying, "Oh s*** I shot him," after opening fire on Wright, at a stoplight in Brooklyn Center, near Minneapolis.

Last week she made her first court appearance.

After a week of riots over the fatal shooting, Potter was released from Hennepin County jail on a $100,000 bail and charged with second degree manslaughter.

A second appearance date of May 17 was also scheduled.

Meanwhile, Wright's family call for life sentence.

Wright's aunt Naisha, said during a press conference before the court hearing "If we can have life, we want life. We gotta go life without him."

She also held up a printed photograph of a Taser and a gun, asking "y'all see the difference? This is a Taser, but no my nephew was killed with this -, a Glock."

Wright's mom, Katie, added: "Justice would be bringing our son home to us," she said.

"If that [justice] even happens, we're still going to bury our son, we're still never gonna be able to see our baby boy, that we're never gonna have again."

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