The engineer who was imprisoned for bashing the first woman admits that he has hit his second wife with a metal object

When the now 44-year-old was released from prison, he flew to Lebanon, where he met his second wife (right)

I swear by Allah & # 39; s name that we will die today & # 39 ;: Engineer, 44, who was imprisoned for abusing his first wife, admits that he has beaten his second husband with a metal object after her Centrelink payments were refused

  • Houssein Hawli, 44, had previously served time for the ill-treatment of his first wife
  • When Hawli was released, he flew to Lebanon, where he met his second wife
  • On Monday, he pleaded guilty to four violent acts between June 2015 and May 2016
  • Hawli confessed that he repeatedly bashing his second bride with a metal object

Sahar Mourad for daily post Australia

An Islamic engineer with a shocking history of violence against his first wife has admitted to having smothered his second bride with a power cord.

Houssein Hawli, from Glenroy in the north of Melbourne, once told his second wife that he would break her back so she could never play with her son again.

The court heard how Hawli, 44, was imprisoned in 2011 for 22 months after he had beaten his first wife with a pair of high heels and had her legs beaten with cabling, Fairfax reported.

When the now 44-year-old was released from prison, he flew to Lebanon, where he met his second wife, who was quickly subjected to gruesome attacks after returning to Australia.

When the now 44-year-old was released from prison, he flew to Lebanon, where he met his second wife (right)

When the now 44-year-old was released from prison, he flew to Lebanon, where he met his second wife (right)

Hawli faced the County Court of Victoria on Monday, where he pleaded four attacks between June 2015 and May 2016 and violated several violent attacks.

Hawli faced the County Court of Victoria on Monday, where he pleaded four attacks between June 2015 and May 2016 and violated several violent attacks.

Hawli faced the County Court of Victoria on Monday, where he pleaded four attacks between June 2015 and May 2016 and violated several violent attacks.

Hawli faced the County Court of Victoria on Monday, where he pleaded four attacks between June 2015 and May 2016 and intercepted several violent orders.

According to Fairfax, Hawli showed little emotion during his guilty plea.

Hawli confessed that he repeatedly bashing his second bride with a metal object in April 2016 when Centrelink refused her request for welfare.

The next month, Hawli forced his wife into his black BMW and threatened to burn the car so that they would both die.

I swear by Allah's name that I will burn the damn car and that we will die today, & # 39; he said.

Although she brought her to the hospital for her injuries, Hawli lied to the staff and said that his wife had been kidnapped and attacked by strangers.

Hawli also dragged her in the shower before she violently hit her with an electric cord.

Hawli has a degree in aeronautical engineering and occasionally publishes photos of his Lamborghini

Hawli has a degree in aeronautical engineering and occasionally publishes photos of his Lamborghini

Hawli has a degree in aeronautical engineering and occasionally publishes photos of his Lamborghini

This is the second time that Hawli had incurred serious family expenses, after his conviction to a minimum of 22 months in prison, in 2011 for attacking his first wife

This is the second time that Hawli had incurred serious family expenses, after his conviction to a minimum of 22 months in prison, in 2011 for attacking his first wife

This is the second time that Hawli had incurred serious family expenses, after his conviction to a minimum of 22 months in prison, in 2011 for attacking his first wife

Hawli has a degree in aeronautical engineering and occasionally publishes photos of his Lamborghini on social media.

The court heard how Hawli's relationship with his second wife in 2014 began to deteriorate.

She is now suffering post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and chronic physical pain through the attacks.

Hawli's plea continues in March with his lawyer-counselor to bring forward more evidence about his mental state.

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