An obsessive stalker listener broke through the window of a Female streamer and her husband’s home in Washington State on Friday morning and killed them both. According to police, Ramin Khodakaramrezaei, a 38-year-old Texas trucker, killed Zohreh Sadeghi and her husband, Milan Naseri, before killing himself in their $1 million house in the Seattle suburb of Redmond, according to BuzzFeed News.
Khodakaramrezaei entered the podcaster’s home through her mother’s bedroom. After safely leaving the area, the mother dialed 911 from a neighbor’s house. According to reports, Khodakaramrezaei found Sadeghi on the Clubhouse app after listening to one of her streams on landing a job in the IT sector. Before things “escalated,” the two really started off conversing as friends. She then called the police to ask for an order of protection against him as a result. Khodakaramrezaei received a warning from police in January, according to the local news source KIRO 7, but he never received the order of protection because of the itinerant nature of his trucking work.
#DEVELOPING: @komonews obtained this protection order against the man police say stalked and killed a Redmond woman and her husband. In the docs, the victim said Ramin Khodakaramrezaei “would show up at my door and burn himself and set fire to my house by burning the tree I love” pic.twitter.com/Wjmp7fhuVW
— Ryan Simms (@RyanTVnews) March 10, 2023
In addition to enforcing the protection order, according to Lowe, detectives have been looking for him in order to make an arrest in a different case. In her request for the protection order, Sadeghi outlined her concern for both herself and her family due to Khodakaramrezaei’s growing obsessiveness. According to the affidavit, Khodakaramrezaei described Sadeghi’s actions as “bursts of wrath and being absolutely insane” and said that he had previously physically beaten his ex-wife and made it apparent to her that he was not scared to disobey the law.
According to reports, Khodakaramrezaei harassed Sadeghi over the phone for months. He even called her more than 100 times in one day. He threatened to destroy himself and the trees on her land that surrounded her home in voicemails he would leave her. Lowe said he also bought her “things of affection” and sent them by mail. The petition went on to allege that he also claimed Khodakaramrezaei ordered she make her Instagram account public or erase it so he could view what she posted. Moreover, according to her, he allegedly communicated with her husband more than 20 times a day, every day, informing him that he had put an app on his phone that was recording her. He even sent a sample of the recording as proof.
The petition claimed that Khodakaramrezaei had obtained the contact information of her acquaintances and had even physically visited Sadeghi’s neighborhood several times while lodging in the area and parking close to her house. – Steve Sijenyi