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And he didn’t seem ready for the altitude at first, ‘Theyre screwing with the wrong people, The most equal-opportunity cluster is Europe, sought a restraining order against Lewis in August 2014 but requested it be dismissed a few weeks later In her petition for the restraining order the woman said she’d lived with Lewis in Brooklyn Park since March 2014 — a month after five of his children were killed in the fire “I have been scared to leave him for a long time” she wrote in her petitionThe woman also was identified in a January criminal case in Hennepin County in which Lewis was charged with burglary for breaking into her mother’s home in Minneapolis and threatening family members with a knife The woman said Lewis assaulted her then followed her to the home where she and others hid from him according to a criminal complaintA Hennepin County judge issued a no-contact order as part of that criminal case barring Lewis from contact with the womanOn June 15 several people called 911 to report they had seen Lewis throw the woman into his black Mercedes and speed away even as she screamed and tried to open a door to get out of the vehicle Police arrived at Lewis’ home in the 600 block of East Hyacinth Avenue in St Paul and heard the woman screaming After Lewis was taken into custody police located a “slight small female” and her son in the basement KSJ told investigators that she and her son had gone to pick up her paycheck June 13 but found Lewis waiting for her Before she could leave Lewis grabbed her and forced her into his car and drove them to his home She said he disabled a door handle so she couldn’t get out of the house and he broke “all of my phones so I can’t call for help” the complaint saidTwo days later on June 15 she and her son got out of the house and were running down the street but Lewis again forced her into his car and assaulted her she told policeShe said Lewis had “assaulted her nearly every day during the past year” had threatened to hurt her family and was very controlling the complaint saidIn a police interview after his arrest Lewis said he and the woman dated for about a year but had recently broken up He said he hadn’t seen her for a few weeks but she and her son showed up at his house so he let them in the complaint said He denied having been at the woman’s place of employment June 13 and denied he forced the woman into a car the complaint saidLewis “accused KSJ of wanting to get money from his anticipated claim regarding a fire” that killed his children the complaint saidLewis made headlines in February 2014 when a fire broke out in the second-floor of a duplex in Minneapolis where he lived with his seven children He saved two of his children but the others died in the blaze They ranged in age from 18 months to 8 years The downstairs renters — a family of seven — all survivedThe cause of the fire was deemed inconclusive by investigators though Lewis reportedly said the home lacked proper heat so he was forced to use space heatersIn October Lewis filed a wrongful death suit against the landlord The case is pendingLewis will be sentenced Jan 14 in the Ramsey County caseTala and Rotana Farea the Saudi sisters whose lifeless bodies were found bound together near the Hudson River on Oct 24 claimed they were abused by their family members before their mysterious deathsIn a press conference Friday the New York Police Department revealed that Tala 16 and 22-year-old Rotana’s family had not seen or heard from them since November 30 2017After being reported missing from Fairfax VA where the family lived the girls were located but not returned to their home Chief of Detectives Dermont F Shea saidInstead Tala and Rotana were placed in a “shelter like facility due to abuse allegations that came up” Detective Shea continuedThe sisters alleged that their mother father and brother abused them but no abuse has been corroborated according to the NYPDThe NYPD also revealed that the girls expressed that they would rather “inflict harm” on themselves than return home to Saudi ArabiaAuthorities believe the sisters remained in the shelter until around August of this year On August 23 or 24 the girls left the shelter and fled to New York "At this time we have no credible info that any crime took place in NYC It’s entirely credible that they entered the water alive” @NYPDDetectives update on Tala & Rotana Farea pictwittercom/qUT9N2iS0s— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) November 2 2018 Police believe the girls took a series of methods of transportation which helped them get to New York on Sept 1 Detective Shea said their travels to New York have since been corroborated after obtaining Uber records and purchases linked to a credit card in Rotana’s nameFrom Sept 1 to the day they were found along the Hudson River Tala and Rotana stayed in number of Hotels in New York CityThey were also captured on security footage “in apparently good health” in the area just one week before their bodies were foundThe girls also ordered meals and clothes on the credit card but police believe the “money started to run out” which leads them to the day they were found lying on rocks bound together with duct tapeJust a few days after their death made headlines across the nation an eyewitness contacted the NYPD who they have now identified as a credible source” saying he saw the women on Oct 24 sitting 30 feet apart praying at a playgroundThe playground was in close proximity to the Hudson RiverSketch Tala and Rotana FareaMoreAt this time police say “we have no credible information that any crime took place in New York City” but the investigation is still ongoingThey believe the girls entered the water “alive” and the duct tape found on their bodies was not bind their limbs but to keep them togetherThe sisters’ cause of death remains unknown at this timeOn Thursday New York Police released photos of Tala and RotanaIn the images Tala can be seen wearing a black top and has black straight hair while Rotana is pictured in a hijab The photos come just a few days after NYPD released a sketch of the women in hopes of identifying them? it seems that he reserved his firepower on the issue for his visit to Kangra in Himachal Pradesh on Thursday. 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