Girlfriend torches banker boyfriend’s clothes because she thought he was cheating

Girlfriend torches banker boyfriend's clothes because she thought he was cheating

The girlfriend of a disgraced New York banker set his clothes on fire after she suspected he was cheating on her, a court heard.

Ardita Dajbabic was with her one-year-old son when she set her boyfriend, Enver Alijaj’s clothes alight at his luxury, $1.6 million 75 Wall Street condo in April, the New York Post reported.

The 25-year-old was charged with reckless endangerment, endangering the welfare of a child and arson.

Ardita Dajbabic was with her one-year-old son when she set her boyfriend, Enver Alijaj’s (pictured with her) clothes alight

Dajbabic allegedly admitted the crime at the time, saying ‘I thought he was cheating on me so I lit his clothes on fire.’

However, last week she rejected a plea deal at Manhattan Criminal Court. She is due back to face charges later this month.  

The couple’s Facebook pages are full of adoring messages to each other.

In April, Dajbabic shared a photo of herself kissing Alijaj with the caption ‘I love you.’

She also described her boyfriend as her ‘soul mate & best friend.’

In turn, Alijaj’s Facebook page is littered with pictures of Dajbabic who he described as his ‘beautiful girl.’ 

The 25-year-old (pictured) was charged with reckless endangerment, endangering the welfare of a child and arson

Alijaj, 42,(with his girlfriend)  made the news himself in 2015 for allegedly making risky trades with his clients’ multimillion-dollar accounts while a broker for JHS Capital

Alijaj, 42, made the news himself in 2015 for allegedly making risky trades with his clients’ multimillion-dollar accounts while a broker for JHS Capital – which earned him hefty commission fees. 

He was hit with 14 complaints alleging a total of $16 million in damages for the risky trades and was barred from working as a broker, FINRA records show.

Dajbabic’s defense lawyer, James Froccaro, declined to comment to the Post.  

News Source DailyMailsNews

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