A voicemail message has surfaced from the brief love interest of gang rapist Mohammad Skaf, confessing her love for him – as the sordid breakdown of the couple’s relationship plays out in public.
Alexandra Mastropetros, 27, said Skaf, 40, developed an “obsession” with her after they once met on a beach near Rose Bay, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, in January this year, barely 15 months after being released from prison after serving a prison sentence. “22-year sentence for crimes that shocked Australia”.
Ms Mastropetros claimed Skaf developed “disturbing delusions” and bombarded her with emails and text messages, detailing an intense and sexual relationship which she said was entirely made up.
A series of emails and text messages shared with Daily Mail Australia showed the pair were not only in regular contact between January and April, but appeared to be in a romantic and physical relationship, often saying “I love you” to each other.
But Ms Mastropetros, who is married and who police say is associated with Sydney’s notorious Alameddine family crime gang, has called the texts fake.
Similarly, Skaf said some of the explicit emails – including one that said “I dream we are making love” – were not written by him.
Now a voicemail message has emerged from Ms Mastropetros to Skaf – during which she can be heard saying “I f***ing love you”.
Skaf, 40, met Alexandra Mastropetros (pictured), 27, on a beach in Rose Bay
“Hi baby, Salam alaikum and good morning,” she said.
“I miss you, I miss you and I really love you.”
“I’ll be at your house… you’ll be finished at two o’clock.” OK, well, I’ll be at your house at two o’clock.
The voicemail ended with a kiss.
Ms Mastropetros admitted on Thursday to sending the voicemail message to Skaf – but said she was trying to placate him into participating.
She said she planned to confront him with her husband and another friend to stop him from contacting her.
“I thought I’m going to play the same game,” she said.
“As cliché as it sounds, I thought I was going to talk nice to him to the point where he actually wanted to meet. »
The meeting never happened, she said, because she was afraid to see him.
Skaf then filed an apprehended violence order against Ms Mastropetros in June, claiming he had been stalked and harassed by her and one of her male friends.
Skaf is pictured on the day he was released from prison, after being sentenced to 22 years in prison for a series of gang rapes.
Alexandra Mastropetros, 27, is pictured with her husband, Ahmed. Skaf claimed she was not married when they met in January
Ms Mastropetros said she had been the victim of a months-long campaign of harassment and the order should have been served against Skaf on her behalf and not the other way around.
She texted Bankstown police with messages she had received from Skaf, but the accused officers ignored her pleas for help because she is associated with a notorious gang family, the Alameddines.
The evidence Ms Mastropetros sent to police included a series of text messages and emails which she said were sent by Skaf – after their only meeting at the beach.
On Thursday morning, radio host Ray Hadley pointed out that Ms Mastropetros had sent her evidence to “MobiPOL”, a shared smartphone used by all police officers on duty – meaning police may not have seen the texts.
Hadley then highlighted the fact that Ms Mastropetros is a convicted drug trafficker and that a warrant had been issued for her arrest at the time, suggesting that she may not have wanted to enter a post police and file a complaint in person.
One of the emails was signed “Mohamed Skaf” and said: “I want more than friends, I know you are married and I’m sorry to bother you.”
“All I can think about is your body and what I want to do to you, I dream of us making love and your body hasn’t left my mind. I need you, I want Please contact me.”
Ms Mastropetros claimed Skaf sent her a series of messages after they met at the beach in February this year. He said the email, shown in the photo, was fabricated.
The texts between Mohammed Skaf and Alexandra Mastropetros are illustrated. She says they were made
Ms Mastropetros said it was one of many unsolicited messages she had received from Skaf, but he said the email was clearly fake because her name was misspelled – “I spell my name Mohammed, with a double m, not a single m as she wrote it.” ,’ he said.
He also said Ms Mastropetros was not married in January – despite her claims she was – and insisted he would never have pursued a married woman.
This publication has seen around 70 screenshots of texts and emails between the two men, which appear to show the two were in a romantic and physical relationship – including selfies of Ms Mastropetros and in lingerie, and a video of she topless.
The texts appeared to show the two often texted each other “I love you” and “I miss you,” called each other “baby,” shared sexually explicit content and even tried to apply for a house rental together.
On Wednesday, she admitted “many photos were taken” despite his insistence they met once, but maintained they were not a couple and all messages were fabricated.
“That’s not how I talk lol,” she said.
Ms Mastropetros was found guilty of two drug supply charges and one stalking charge relating to Skaf, at Bankstown Local Court on September 7.
She said she didn’t know she was supposed to be in court that day and was found guilty in her absence.
She will appear in court again for sentencing on September 21.