This woman became the victim of her abusive husband’s extreme obsessive nature. Her death is an important reminder for many to not ignore the early signs of controlling & abusive husbands in the early stage of relationships.
In a shocking incident, an abusive Indian husband stabbed his wife to death in New York City, only because she had a crush on Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan.
According to reports, on Friday, 33-year-old Dineshwar Budhidat not only stabbed his wife, Donne Dojoy, 27, to death but also hanged himself from a tree later.
But this isn’t the first time, Dineshwar had shown his extreme abusive and obsessive behavior. Because of his abusive and controlling behavior, his wife had a restraining order against him.
As per sources, the saddening incident happened just two days after Dineshwar pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in court on Wednesday in relation to an incident in August.
The New York Daily News also reported that Dineshwar slapped and strangled his wife in August inside their Queens apartment. On 21st August, he was arrested and Dojoy had a protection order against Budhidat since then.
After the brutal murder, some of the victim’s friends claimed that he had raged over his wife’s infatuation with Indian actor Hrithik Roshan in the past. Another source told NY Post that the victim had told her before that whenever she was watching a Hritik’s movie or listening to his songs, Dineshwar “would ask her to take it off because he would get so jealous”.
Though most of us have felt jealousy at some point in our lives, it becomes extremely dangerous when jealousy becomes the driving force behind an abuser’s controlling behavior. While sharing how jealousy turns into a problem, Dani Bostick, a counselor, shares:
“Jealousy becomes a problem when the person feeling jealous becomes possessive or controlling or imposes double standards on his or her partner.”
At IFORHER, we are mourning the death of this young woman. We hope millions of young women would refuse to ignore the red flags that are associated with the partner’s jealous or abusive behavior at the earlier stage of relationships. Because we deserve to be loved not to be controlled or abused!