My girlfriend was raped and left for death reveals the Los Angeles paramedic accusing the brother of the Qatari ruler
A paramedic who sues the ruler of the billionaire brother of Qatar and claims that he was taken hostage and forced to resurrect the sheikh with Narcan after wild partying, has revealed that his girlfriend has been raped and left for death in a mysterious attack on their home in LA .
Matthew Allende came home and discovered that his girlfriend Abby Han was beaten furiously in their bedroom, the walls covered with blood and the 42-year-old unable to say what happened.
Han was taken to the intensive care unit at Huntington Hospital in a coma. Doctors calling her mother in New Jersey told her they were not sure if she would survive the night.
The Pasadena accountant spent two days in a coma, was released from the hospital two weeks later, and is now recovering at home with symptoms of brain damage from multiple massive blows to her head.
Bruises between her legs and DNA repaired by a rape package suggest that the attacker might have raped her, although Han can’t remember anything from the day of the incident, January 14.
Now Allende tells DailyMailTV that he fears the attack is related to his $ 34 million lawsuit against Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad bin Khalifa al Thani, the brother of the Emir of Qatar.
In his suit, he and a former bodyguard claim they were the victims of death threats, asked to kill two people, regularly forced to work in shifts from ’20 to 36 hours in a row ‘without days off, and locked up in the palace for two months of the prince after trying to escape.
Matthew Allende accuses the ruler of the billionaire brother of Qatar, claims he was taken hostage and forced to revive the sheikh with Narcan after a wild party. He has now revealed that his girlfriend Abby Han (pictured together) has been raped and left for death in a mysterious attack on their home in Los Angeles last month
Han, an accountant, spent two days in a coma (pictured in the hospital), was released from the hospital two weeks later and is now recovering at home with symptoms of brain damage from multiple massive blows to her head
Allende tells DailyMailTV that he fears the attack is related to his $ 34 million lawsuit against Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad bin Khalifa al Thani (left and right), the brother of the Emir of Qatar, in which he and a former bodyguard claim that they his threats killed, asked to kill two people, regularly forced to work in shifts from ’20 to 36 consecutive hours’ without days off, and imprisoned in the prince’s palace for two months after he tried to escape
Bruises between her legs and DNA repaired by a rape package suggest that the attacker might have raped her, although Han can’t remember anything from the day of the incident, January 14
Police said that although they have no evidence of Sheikh Khalid’s involvement, they are investigating Allende’s fears.
Lawyers for Sheikh Khalid and his racing team, Al-Anabi, did not respond to repeated requests for comment, nor did the Qatar embassy.
The 38-year-old paramedic and his girlfriend live in a luxury, gated apartment complex in downtown Pasadena that require key cards or codes for entry, where police told the couple that a crime as serious as the January attack is very rare.
In an interview with DailyMailTV, Allende described the moment when he discovered the bloody scene after he came home from work on January 14 around 6:45 PM.
“I entered my house. Nothing was a mess. Everything looked normal. The living room looked normal, “he said.
“When I walked down the hall to our bedroom, there was a mirror. I saw a reflection of her in our bed. It looked very strange, it was very quiet. It seemed that she was wearing almost large eye shadow.
‘I walked closer and immediately as I walked through the room I noticed a large stain of blood, blood on the curtains, blood on the bed. She was beaten very, very badly. Her tank top was soaked with blood, she was incredibly swollen.
In an interview with DailyMailTV, Allende described the moment when he discovered the bloody scene after returning from work at around 6.45 pm on January 14
“I said,” honey, what happened? “She wasn’t concerned at all, she said,” I don’t know. ” She could sit up straight at the time. She was even able to walk a little wobbly. She saw herself in the mirror and she was very surprised. She remembered nothing at all.
“She was wearing a bra, a black tank top, but no pants, no underwear.
“At the time, she looked somewhat stable, she was talking. So I ran to the rental office and said, “Was there anyone in our apartment today?” My girlfriend was beaten up badly. “They said,” No, we have no registration of service requests or anything.
“I ran back and she vomited large amounts of blood and started to become less cohesive. I immediately called 911. The fire brigade and police arrived. She was able to walk to the ambulance stretcher.
“She started to get critical on the way to the hospital and got into a coma.
“I started thinking in my mind” “who did this?” What happened? “The terrifying thought of what we all thought in this case, that’s oh my god, they brought us back to start this trial.” “
Jaden Carillo, police lieutenant of Pasadena, told DailyMailTV that his investigators have no evidence that Qatar is related to the attack, but are investigating Allende’s claims.
“Based on our research, we have found nothing to suggest that this was a random act, we have not found anything to suggest that this would be a known attacker, so we are very limited in terms of leads,” Lt Carillo said.
“At the moment we still have everything as a possible possibility … It could potentially be a harassment tactic by the Sheikh. We do not have a pattern of incidents, but that does not mean that this would not be the first. But there is not much more than that [Allende] believe this is what it could be.
“Our victim at the moment based on the trauma has a limited memory of the incident, so we are careful to give her time, hoping that in time something will remind us of what may have happened.”
As the victim’s friend and the first person to call 911, Allende himself was initially a suspect and was separated from Han for two weeks, but is now treated by the police as a witness and is allowed to return to his girlfriend to live for 15 months.
Allende said, “I said,” honey, what happened? ” “She was completely out of it, she said,” I don’t know. ” She could sit up straight at the time. She was even able to walk a little wobbly. She saw herself in the mirror and she was very surprised. She remembered nothing at all. ‘Pictured: Han in the hospital after the attack
Allende says the vicious attack left him and his girlfriend in a constant state of fear. Pictured: Han’s wrist shows a potential ligature wound, suggesting that she may have been tied up by her attacker
Lt Carillo said he excluded theft as a motive because no item was stolen from the apartment, including more than $ 10,000 worth of jewelry left out by the couple and a Louis Vitton handbag and bag with large bills visible on a table near the front door.
“When the detectives arrived, we started searching everything and trying to put things together,” the lieutenant said. “There were no signs of burglary on its own. There was still nothing of value that we know so far. So it was not what you would expect with a traditional home invasion. “
The police believe that the attacker entered the apartment through a sliding glass door that appears to be unlocked.
Forensic teams dusted the property on fingerprints and footprint samples from the crime scene and DNA from the rape kit.
Allende says the vicious attack left him and his girlfriend in a constant state of fear.
“Every time I go to work, I have to worry that my girlfriend is home here alone, even though we have a security system because I don’t believe this will be the last attack, I think this is just the first, “he told DailyMailTV.
‘That changes everything for you, your stress level, how you live your life, where you go and no longer go. There must always be somewhere where other people are as a matter of protection, having a firearm and always having close by, it’s hard to live your life like that.
“This happened in our bedroom. There is no such feeling. I never feel safe ever in my daily life, and now also in Abby’s. “
Rebecca Castaneda, Allende’s lawyer in his case against Sheikh Khalid, said she reported the attack on Han to the FBI, although Lt Carillo told DailyMailTV that the Office had not contacted the Pasadena police about the case.
The police believe that Han’s attacker entered the apartment through a sliding glass door that appears to be unlocked. Forensic teams dusted the property on fingerprints and footprint samples from the crime scene and DNA from the rape kit. Pictured: Han before the attack
Han’s mother, Sunhee Han (pictured together in the hospital) said she is moving to California this week to take care of her daughter, but is worried about another attack. She added: “I was there 20 to 22 hours a day. I was just sitting at her bed watching her. She could not talk for almost 10 days, she just communicated by shaking and nodding her head. Then she started to react and talk a little bit ‘
“The FBI is aware of this incident with Abby and they are investigating it,” said the Florida-based lawyer. “It is clear that federal law enforcement cannot tell me what they are doing, but they have been informed of this and have spoken with and contacted the LA police who responded to this case.
“It’s a strange timing. I think they know we’ve placed them in a legal corner now, “she said.
Han’s mother, Sunhee Han, described how she discovered that her daughter had been attacked in a phone call from doctors.
“At midnight here in New Jersey, I got a phone call from the California hospital worker that I should be there now because my daughter wouldn’t make it from one day to the next. They thought she would die.
“I got the first flight. I prayed so much on the plane. My son died six years ago and Abby had a very difficult time. I screamed at God, “how can you do that, where are you?” You took my son, how can you take my daughter? “”
“When I arrived at the hospital, she was incubated. I kept talking to her and told her that her mother was here. We were talking to her and told her to wake up, hoping she heard.
“She was bruised all over her body. She is very thin, she usually has a thin face, it was swollen. She couldn’t open her eyes. She has serious brain damage, fractures on her forehead, serious damage to her frontal lobe, a hematoma. Someone slapped her face.
“She has a broken face and the blood came from her ears and nose. Her eyes could not open. The surgeon told us they didn’t know for sure if she would recover. We have to wait six months to a year to see what the damage is.
“She was in the hospital for two weeks. I was there 20 to 22 hours a day. I was just sitting at her bed watching her. She could not talk for almost 10 days, she just communicated by shaking and nodding her head. Then she started to react and talk a bit. “
Allende says the vicious attack left him and his girlfriend in a constant state of fear. “Every time I go to work, I have to worry that my girlfriend is home alone, even though we have a security system because I don’t believe this will be the last attack, I think this is just the first” he told DailyMailTV
Police have ruled out theft as a motive because no item has been stolen from the apartment, including more than $ 10,000 jewelry (pictured) sitting outside the couple’s bed and a Louis Vitton handbag and bag with large bills visible on it a table by the front door
Sunhee, who is also a nurse, said she is moving to California this week to look after her daughter, but is worried about another attack.
“We are worried that they will come back to kill her again,” she said. “Her defense wounds show she was awake, so she probably saw this person. But she still doesn’t remember because she was traumatized. I thought she might have been drugged, but toxicology shows that she was clean, not even alcohol.
‘I want her to move to another apartment, but we can’t do that financially. Right now she will have to go back to that place. I’m terrified that they will come back. “
The sheik, whose brother is the Qatari ruler, hired Allende in 2017 to check his health.
But Allende claims in legal documents that, among other things, he had to stay up all night to check his oxygen level in the blood after wild, exuberant parties in the Prince’s palace in Doha, which housed three garages full of luxury cars.
In legal documents, the paramedic claims that he had to work “seven days a week, about 12 hours a day, with minimal meal breaks,” and often endure shifts from “20 to 36 consecutive hours.”
After one hour’s 36-hour sleeplessness, the court alleges, Allende tried to leave to go to bed, but an armed guard told him that “on the instructions of the defendant Khalid, he was not allowed to leave the Majlis [palace]. “
In his lawsuit, Allende claims that he tried to escape by jumping over a wall, but fell 18 feet and broke his foot. He claims that the sheik’s staff dragged him back inside and held him in the palace for two months before he could fly home on crutches in February 2018.
Allende’s co-prosecutor, former Marine Matthew Pittard, says Sheikh Khalid hired him in 2017 to manage his private security.
According to the two men ‘s lawsuit, the Qatari prince “asked Pittard to kill a man and a woman who considered the defendant Khalid to be a threat to his social reputation and personal safety,” and that “Pittard refused these unlawful requests.” to be carried out .’
The co-prosecutor of Allende, the former Marine Matthew Pittard from Florida (photo), says Sheikh Khalid hired him in 2017 to manage his private security. According to the two men ‘s lawsuit, the Qatari prince “asked Pittard to kill a man and a woman who considered the defendant Khalid to be a threat to his social reputation and personal safety,” and that “Pittard refused these unlawful requests.” to be carried out ‘
Pittard’s (pictured) suit claims that the Sheikh called him and threatened that his former bodyguard would “pay the price” if he didn’t reveal the whereabouts of the American worker, and even “Pittard directly told that he would kill him, his body would bury the desert, and kill Pittard’s family ‘
In an interview with DailyMailTV, Pittard claimed that the Sheikh and his entourage were in Los Angeles in November 2017 when the Qatari princes made his first murderous request – to kill a man trying to collect a $ 6,000 million from the billionaire debt.
“I was completely surprised by its value for life,” Pittard said. “It was such a small amount, just $ 6,000, that he owed someone, and the person to whom he owed money was essentially trying to collect only a debt. But he wanted him out of the way. “
Pittard said he said to the sheik, “I’ll sort it out my way,” contacted the man and paid the sheik’s debt. But when the billionaire discovered that his creditor had not been murdered, he was furious, the former navy claimed.
“He was very upset when he found out that I had not done what he had asked me to do, namely kill the man,” Pittard said.
The former security director also claimed that Sheikh Khalid asked him to assassinate a woman in his area that he believed was texting a man from Saudi Arabia, a regional rival country to Qatar.
“He wanted me to take her to the desert, get rid of her, to which I immediately said” absolutely not, never ask me again, “and I got up and left,” Pittard said.
The ex-navy finally stopped, but reportedly received death threats from Sheikh Khalid when he helped another US worker escape from the Prince’s palace back to the US.
Pittard’s lawsuit alleges that the sheikh called him and threatened that his former bodyguard “would pay the price” if he would not reveal the whereabouts of the American employee, and even “Pittard would have told him directly that he would kill him, bury his body in kill the desert, and the Pittard family. “
Sheikh Khalid’s lawyer, Alejandro Soto of the Miami-based company Fridman Fels & Soto, filed a response to Allende and Pittard’s lawsuit last month and claimed that the Qatari prince had no relevant links with Florida, meaning that the federal state courts had no jurisdiction over the dispute and demanded that the case be thrown away.
Three weeks later, Allende and Pittard withdrew their case from the federal court of Florida, so that they could resupply this month in Massachusetts the location of the American racing company Al-Anabi, named as suspect in the trial.