Who was Mohammed Naseri? Wiki, Biography, Age, Zohreh Sadeghi’s Husband, Killed By Stalker, Facts

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Zohreh Sadeghi, 33, and Mohammed Naseri, 35, found dead along with Texas trucker Ramin Khodakaramrezaei who died by suicide, A Texas truck driver allegedly broke into the home of a woman who hosted a podcast to which he listened and killed her as well as her husband before dying by suicide in what authorities are describing as a stalking case.

Authorities identified the victims as 33-year-old podcaster Zohreh Sadeghi and her husband Mohammed Naseri, 35, according to the Daily Beast. The suspect, meanwhile, is Ramin Khodakaramrezaei, a 38-year-old trucker.

Police said that they found the bodies of Sadeghi, Naseri and Khodakaramrezaei after officers investigated a call reporting shots fired within a home in Redmond, Washington, about 15 miles east of Seattle. Sadeghi’s mother had been in her daughter’s home at the time of the intrusion by Khodakaramrezaei and had managed to flee to a neighbor’s home, where she called the police, according to investigators.

Mohammed Naseri Age

Mohammed Naseri was 35 years old.

Mohammed Naseri and his wife died by suicide

A Seattle podcaster and her ex-Google engineer husband who were shot dead by a crazed stalker have been pictured hours after being slain at their $1.6m home. Zohreh Sadeghi, 33, a self-styled ‘techie’, was shot and killed by Texas trucker Ramin Khodakaramrezaei, 38, with a handgun on Thursday night at her $1.6m home in Redmond, Washington.

Khodakaramrezaei climbed through a window at 2am and shot Sadeghi and her husband, Mohammed Naseri, 35, then himself. Sadeghi’s mother was inside the home at the time and was able to escape to a neighbor’s house and call 911. Police say Khodakaramrezaei first found Sadeghi through a podcast about finding work in tech and became so obsessed with her that she filed the restraining order against him.

They told the Seattle Times that Khodakaramrezaei’s work as a trucker made him hard to nail down. On February 22, just weeks before the killing, records show Khodakaramrezaei sent Naseri 82 texts on Telegram and she told police he had once called her more than 100 times in a day.

Redmond Police Chief Darrell Lowe said that Sadeghi contacted them in December 2022, saying Khodakaramrezaei interest ‘intensified.’ This led to a temporary order of protection being signed against Khodakaramrezaei on March 3, with a hearing scheduled for two weeks later. Khodakaramrezaei had also been charged with two counts of telephone harassment and one count of stalking. A bench warrant was issued with bail set at $100,000.

Both husband and wife were software engineers, with Sadeghi having worked at Promontory MortgagePath, according to her LinkedIn page. The couple were married around 2011 and bought the Redmond home in 2021. According to his LinkedIn page, Naseri had joined Amazon as a lead software engineer in January 2022 after working for Google.

Naseri wrote in the petition for the no contact order that Sadeghi first told him about Khodakaramrezaei in late 2021, describing him as the member of a new friend group. Khodakaramrezaei was divorced with a child but had no prior criminal record.

Court records obtained by DailyMail.com describe how the pair met in person in 2022, and how Sadeghi hid some of their interactions from her husband. The ‘friendship’ turned sinister and resulted in her begging him to leave her alone. Hauntingly, in a petition filed just last month she, she pleaded: ‘He has bursts of anger and is completely delusional.

‘These delusions make me fear for my life and the lives of my loved ones.’ She told police how he’d shown up at their home uninvited, delivering flowers and even once promising to send a musical band to play outside.

‘He contacted my husband and continues to do so. He has come to my neighborhood several times, staying at inns around my neighborhood, he has parked down my street in hopes of seeing me.

At one point, he threatened to end her marriage. ‘I am suffering a deep-seated fear for my safety,’ she said. She included call logs which demonstrate how frequently he phoned her and left messages, and told police that he would sometimes park down the street in the hope of catching a glimpse of her.

Sadeghi blocked him on WhatsApp, Telegram, Instagram and on her phone’s call application but he began to start contacting Naseri, as recently as February 2023. On February 22, just weeks before the killing, records show Khodakaramrezaei sent Naseri 82 texts on Telegram.

It’s unclear whether Khodakaramrezaei was in the area or if he drove from Texas to Washington to attack her. She had recently reported him to police. Redmond Police could not confirm whether the stalker had a criminal background, or whether he legally obtained his weapon.

They say the man started tuning in to her podcast several months ago, but started barraging her with messages. She had contacted police and authorities were preparing to serve him with the restraining order, but were having trouble pinning him down. Jamie Lynn Burns, a woman who was set to move into the house across the street from Sadeghi and Naseri, was stunned by the murders. She said she’d visited the house just a week and a half ago and saw Sadeghi’s mother watching ‘diligently’ out a window.

‘I wonder … now if she was maybe, you know, like on a high alert,’ Burns told The Daily Beast. Burns called it ‘shocking’ that something like this would happen in Redmond and said the couple had welcomed her to the neighborhood with open arms. ‘They were just so friendly and inviting,’ Burns said. ‘We were like, ‘Oh my gosh, we couldn’t have found better neighbors.’

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