Millionaire Brit stalker jailed for beating up ex-girlfriend with iron in Italy

A millionaire Brit has been sent to jail in Italy after burning his ex with an iron.

In a brutal attack, Ajaz Shah Hussain, 37, also beat up his 27-year-old former model girlfriend after she had ended their relationship, the Daily Mirror reports.

Italian media outlets have branded Hussain – a married dad-of-two – the "Lamborghini Stalker" as he attacked the woman in January 2021 after following her to her parents' home in his £150,000 gold sports car.

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She had first met the fund manager after moving to Milan for a modelling job in 2018.

Shortly after, the pair moved to London where he began showing his violent side, before they returned to Milan, according to Italian media.

But, while living together in Italy, Hussain was accused of trying to choke the woman after beating her up with a red-hot iron.

After the woman broke up with him and returned to Rimini to live with her parents, Hussain began following her to try to convince her to get back together.

Witnesses claimed they heard him threatening to set his Lamborghini on fire and shouting that he would release a sex tape they had made.

Italian newspapers report that when he was arrested, the broker arrogantly told police officers: "You don't know who I am."

Meanwhile images released show his sports car being towed away by cops after Hussain was detained.

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Judges at Rimini Court sentenced him to four years and eight months in jail after he was found guilty of causing personal injury and assaulting a cohabitant.

Prosecutor Davide Ercolani said a "simple domestic appliance was turned into a lethal weapon" as he showed photos of burns suffered by the victim.

Hussain – who previously denied attacking his ex – was also ordered to pay €60,000 (£52,370) in compensation.

He claimed the model's injuries had been self-inflicted and that the burn from the iron was an accident.

The woman's lawyer, Umberto De Gregorio, said after the verdict: "We are happy. For us, this is a model sentence and it was not taken for granted that it would arrive."


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