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VIDEO: Cruel wife caught punching herself in elevator before trying to frame her husband for domestic abuse




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An Australian man named Faisal from Sydney is calling on the Government to deport his wife to her home country after she was caught on surveillance cameras punching herself repeatedly before telling the police that her husband had abused her.

Faisal had only been married to Moroccan wife Asmae for eight months, after the pair met and dated online, when he became suspicious that Asmae had only pretended to be in love with him in order to get into Australia.

The worried husband consulted a lawyer and visa expert for advice but Asmae found the emails. Asmae reportedly decided to take matters into her own hands.

Faisal told the local press that he returned home from work one day to find their apartment trashed. Asmae stormed out of the house. Hours later, the police arrived at Faisal’s door and arrested him for assault. It was revealed that an injured Asmae approached the police and reported her husband for domestic abuse.

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The hapless husband was only released when shocking CCTV footage showed Asmae punching herself twice in the elevator, before checking her face and exiting the elevator compartment:

Faisal lamented: “I didn’t think she would go to that extent and go to the police after everything I did for her, and forget everything and just ruin my life.

“I am the victim now. I got used and abused over and over again emotionally, mentally, financially — you name it. I’m the victim. She did that so now it’s her turn to face the consequences.”

Asmae has reportedly fled Sydney but is living elsewhere in Australia. Faisal is calling on his Government to deport Asmae back to Morocco.

Faisal was wrongfully accused of domestic abuse

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