Hassan Gaddi, Charged With the Aggravated Assault and Kidnapping of His Ex-Girlfriend

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HOUSTON (KTRK) -- A man has been arrested for kidnapping his ex-girlfriend, beating her up and trying to set her on fire.
Hassan Gaddi, 25, has been charged with aggravated assault and kidnapping.

Police say they were called out to the 3700 block of Edloe just after 4am Monday on a report of a man severely beating a woman and forcing her into his vehicle and fleeing. Police were then called to 10503 Rockley where Gaddi was arrested.

According to the police report, Gaddi took the victim to a secluded location and beat her, put her in a dumpster, and tied the dumpster shut, telling the victim he was "going to burn her alive." He then started pouring an unknown liquid into the dumpster.

Gaddi tried to ignite the liquid, but it wouldn't light. While Gaddi was looking through his vehicle for another lighting source, the victim managed to squeeze through a small opening of the trash bin, and get out.

While Gaddi was still searching through the passenger side of the vehicle, the victim got into the driver's side of the vehicle, and tried to drive off, dragging Gaddi a short distance. She then flagged down a deputy on the freeway feeder.

According to court records, Gaddi has a criminal history. He received deferred adjudication for assault of a family member in 2004, and he served 12 days in jail for a DUI in 2007.

Gaddi is being held without bond.


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Post by Nama on Tue Nov 09, 2010 8:04 pm

A Wednesday court date has been set for a Sugar Land man accused of forcing his ex-girlfriend into a trash bin and attempting to set it ablaze.
Hassan Faraz Gaddi, 25, was charged Monday with aggravated assault and kidnapping, authorities said.
Gaddi grabbed the woman about 4 a.m. Monday and drove to a secluded area along the 10500 block of Rockley in southwest Houston, Houston police said.
According to police, Gaddi hit the woman with a crowbar before shoving her into the bin. He poured a flammable liquid into the container and tried, without success, to start a fire.
The woman managed to climb out of the trash bin when Gaddi went back to the car to search for a second lighter. She jumped into the driver's seat while he was hanging onto the car, police said.
Gaddi was dragged a short distance then fell to the road. He was treated for his injuries then returned to police custody.
Gaddi is being held without bond at the Harris County Jail.

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Post by Nama on Tue Nov 09, 2010 8:07 pm

Offender ID: 02096097
Date of Birth: 11/18/1984
Age: 25
Race: ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER
Gender: Male

Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender: HARRIS COUNTY JAIL

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Normal Hassan Gaddi Was Sentenced To 10 Years Probation And Fined $10,000 For The Kidnapping And Aggravated Assault Of Amber Rose

Post by NiteSpinR on Wed Jun 26, 2013 4:47 am

February 22, 2012

A woman claims in court that her ex-boyfriend beat her with a tire iron and threw her into a Dumpster, "then poured lighter fluid into the Dumpster and told (her) he was going to burn her alive": to perform a "bride burning," as in his ancestral home, Pakistan.

Amber Rose, 29, of Houston, sued her former boyfriend of 7 years, Hassan Gaddi, and his parents, Saeed and Shazia Gaddi, for $25 million in Harris County Court.

"Defendants are all of Pakistani descent, and defendant Saeed B. Gaddi hosts a Pakistani radio show concerned with Pakistani culture," the complaint states.

"A strong traditional Pakistani practice is the idea of bride-burning - a form of domestic violence performed in Pakistan and India. 'Bride burning' involves dousing a woman in kerosene and setting her on fire. Such practice accounts for nearly 10,000 deaths per year in South Asia. Bride burning is reserved for times in which families, especially in-laws, seek to allow the groom to obtain a better matrimonial match."

In her complaint in Harris County Court, Rose says she had no idea Gaddi was violent when she started dating him.
"Seven years later, after he had assaulted her multiple times, and after she repeatedly attempted to end the relationship, she believed it was finally over," the complaint states. "Gaddi, with the aid of his parents, had other plans.
    
"While enjoying a night out with friends, an enraged Gaddi kidnapped Rose with a car he borrowed from his mother. In the car, he continually beat her. He finally took her to a secluded location, where his father airs his popular radio show for the South Asian Community. After repeatedly beating her with a tire iron, Gaddi then threw her into a Dumpster, and tied down the lid. He then poured lighter fluid into the Dumpster and told Rose he was going to burn her alive. Fortunately, Gaddi was unable to light the fluid, and Ms. Rose narrowly escaped."
    
Gaddi was sentenced to 10 years probation and fined $10,000 last summer for kidnapping and aggravated assault, (NO JAIL TIME?) according to the Houston Chronicle.
    
Citing court records, the Chronicle reported that Rose escaped by jumping into the driver's seat of Gaddi's car and taking off while he looked for another lighter. "Gaddi hung onto the car and was dragged a short distance," the Chronicle reported.
    
According to Rose's complaint, "Police subsequently arrested Hassan Gaddi and found needles and cocaine in his car."
    
Rose claims Gaddi's parents contributed to her miseries: "Defendants Saeed B. Gaddi and Shaza Gaddi knew about Hassan's propensity for violence and substance abuse at the time of plaintiff's kidnapping," the complaint states. "Hassan's parents had repeatedly criticized Hassan about the plaintiff. Hassan's parents, tellingly, knew that their son had previously assaulted plaintiff. Further, Saeed and Shazia knew that their son was under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol on the night of the incident, and further that he was very distressed and enraged after plaintiff ended the relationship. Despite knowing about his drug use, and his mental state, Saeed and Shazia Gaddi provided Hassan with a car, money, a secluded physical location, and a tire iron - all the necessary elements Hassan needed to kidnap and burn Ms. Rose alive."
    
Hassan Gaddi's attorney, Chip Lewis, told the Houston Chronicle that the incident was "just another example of Amber Rose extortion."
    
"Before we settled the criminal case, she made numerous attempts to extort the guy's family," Lewis said, according to the Chronicle.
    
Rose, a nursing student, has been seeing a psychiatrist since the incident, her attorney Anthony Buzbee told the Chronicle.
    
She seeks punitive damages from Hassan Gaddi for assault and battery, and intentional infliction of emotional distress; and from his parents for aiding and abetting, negligent entrustment of their vehicle and negligence.

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Normal Hassan Gaddi Convicted For Kidnapping & Assault Of Girlfriend Amber Rose Wanted For Violating Probation

Post by NiteSpinR on Wed Jun 26, 2013 5:10 am

January 08, 2013

Authorities are searching for a man wanted for violating his probation last year following the 2010 kidnapping and assault of his then-girlfriend.

On November 1, 2010, Houston police say Hassan Gaddi was involved with the kidnapping and assault of his then girlfriend. At approximately 4am, police were called to the 3700 block of Edloe, where witnesses reported seeing Gaddi severely beat and force his girlfriend into a vehicle.

According to police, Gaddi then drove her to a secluded area off of the 10500 block of Rockley, where he locked her inside of a dumpster, and attempted to set it ablaze. The victim was able to escape through a small opening in the dumpster, and fled the scene.

After being charged with aggravated kidnapping and aggravated assault of a family member Gaddi was placed on deferred adjudication for 10 years. He violated the terms of his probation by making contact with the complainant in violation of an order of protections. Further, police say Gaddi failed to appear at multiple meetings with his probation officer.

Last month, a motion to adjudicate Gaddi's guilt was issued in district court with no bond and a warrant was issued for his arrest. Gaddi, now 27, is described as a white male standing 5 foot 11, weighing 170 pounds, with significant scarring on his forehead and face.
According to court records, Gaddi has a criminal history. He received deferred adjudication for assault of a family member in 2004, and he served 12 days in jail for a DUI in 2007.

Anyone with information about the location of the fugitive is asked to contact Crime Stoppers of Houston at 713-222-TIPS (8477).
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