In April, a judge ordered that the woman who kicked a man in the face and beat him to death after the victim allegedly punched a woman in the head should be jailed.
The court also ordered that a man who tried to stop a man beating his wife should be held in custody for a month for the crime, which is a hate crime.
The victim, who was identified only by his initials D.C., told ABC News he felt humiliated and threatened when he found out that his wife had kicked him.
He says she kicked him and he was kicked in the eye.
His daughter was also kicked in his face.
The couple divorced in March, but D.D. and his wife filed for divorce after a three-month court battle.
The man, who is white, filed for a restraining order against D.B. in June, and she filed for an emergency restraining order in December.
The man’s wife filed a complaint with the New York City police department, saying D.E. threatened her with a gun and called her a racial slur.
Police then began investigating the threats.
A week after the woman filed the restraining order, D.S. and D.H. met at a Manhattan nightclub, where D.W. offered to get her to leave their home in Brooklyn and he and his daughter would get her out of the country.
The couple agreed, and they drove to New York to live with D.P. at a hotel.
They arrived at the hotel on January 15.
The next day, D,H.
and their son were arrested at the airport.
Police later determined that D.N. had called her father “a racist bitch” and that D.,H.
said she was going to shoot her father in the back.
The woman told police that D.’s wife had thrown a beer bottle at her and threatened to shoot D.G., who was in the bathroom with the child.
The woman told investigators that she told D.J. to stop hitting his wife.
D.,H., and D.’
are scheduled to appear in court on March 7.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.