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- Aimen Ahmed, 25, has been ordered to carry out unpaid work

UK Controlling and violent husband pushed pregnant wife in stomach last minute news


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- Aimen Ahmed, 25, has been ordered to carry out unpaid work

UK Controlling and violent husband pushed pregnant wife in stomach last minute news
08 April 2021 - 06:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A controlling husband pushed his wife in the stomach while she was pregnant and told her his friends were 'spying' on her, a court heard. Aimen Ahmed, 25, became 'violent' towards his wife after they moved in together in Hulme. After she left their home Ahmed began to bombard her with calls and messages, sometimes up to 100 a day, Manchester Crown Court was told. The victim, a mother, said she was left 'scared for her life', and failed her university exams because of the stress. Ahmed avoided a jail sentence, after a judge was told that he had previously spent three months in prison and more than a year observing a curfew. Get our free M.E.N. Court newsletter Manchester's courts are some of the busiest in the country with a vast array of cases heard every week. To keep up to date with how justice is being served across Greater Manchester subscribe to our free weekly M.E.N. Court News newsletter put together by our court reporters Andrew Bardsley and Amy Walker. How do I sign up? First just click on this link to our newsletter sign-up centre. Once you're there, put your email address where it says at the top, then tick the MEN Court News box. There are other newsletters available if you want them as well. When you've made your choice, hit Save Changes button at the bottom. Prosecutors told how the pair married in October 2017, and that their relationship was 'going well' at first. But later Ahmed became 'controlling and violent' towards his wife, prosecutor Ben Lawrence said. Aimen Ahmed (Image: Joel Goodman) Ahmed admitted pushing her and threatening her on two occasions, once to the stomach while she was pregnant.

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. Then in September 2018 she moved out of their home, and Ahmed began to make abusive calls and texts. There would sometimes be up to 100 messages a day, and Ahmed would often use a withheld number. Manchester Crown Court (Image: MEN Media) Ahmed would 'try to keep tabs on her' and told her he had friends who were 'effectively spying on her' and reporting back to him, the court heard. In a statement made in 2019, the victim said she was 'scared for her life' and had difficulty sleeping. The woman, aged 22, said she had failed exams at university due to the stress she suffered. Ahmed pleaded guilty to one count of displaying controlling or coercive behaviour. Defending, Brendan O'Leary said that Ahmed has since stayed away from his victim. He has moved to Birmingham, where he has gained accommodation and work as a sales rep. Greater Manchester court cases We have a dedicated Facebook group covering court cases across Greater Manchester. For all the latest trial coverage and sentencing join the group here. To download our app to get all the latest news visit here. Mr O'Leary said that Ahmed had been 'immature' and 'didn't cope well' with the responsibilities of marriage. Ahmed is remorseful and wants to 'show and demonstrate the progress he has made', Mr O'Leary said. The court was told that Ahmed had previously spent three months on remand in custody, and observed 403 days on an electrically monitored curfew. Sentencing, the judge, Recorder Jeremy Lasker, told Ahmed: "You accept by your basis of plea that you acted in this controlling and coercive manner. "It is plain it has had a real effect upon her." Ahmed, of South Grove, Aston, Birmingham, received a two year community order, and was ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work. He must also complete the building better relationships program, and 20 rehabilitation activity requirement days. A restraining order was passed, to last five years. Read More Related Articles Pensioner charged with non-recent child sexual offences Read More Related Articles This man was responsible for a crime 'close to inexplicable' after drinking a 'considerable amount of alcohol'

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