The Texas trucker stalker who last night killed a Seattle podcaster and her husband in their home after climbing through a window had harassed her for 18 months, according to chilling court documents obtained by DailyMail.com.
Zohreh Sadeghi, 33, a self-described “techie,” was shot dead last night by truck driver Ramin Khodakaramrezaei, 38, at her home in Redmond, Washington.
He climbed through a window at 2 a.m. and shot the pair, then himself. Sadeghi’s mother was able to escape to a neighbor’s house and call 911.
Sadeghi’s husband, Mohammed Naseri, 35, who worked as a software engineer at aazon, was also killed.
According to police, Khodakaramrezaei first found her through a podcast about finding work in technology and became so obsessed with her that she filed a restraining order against him.
Khodakaramrezaei was divorced and had a child, but had no criminal record.
Court records obtained by DailyMail.com detail how the couple met in person in 2022 and how Sadeghi hid some of their interactions from her husband.
Stalker Ramin Khodakaramrezaei, 38, shot himself after killing the woman and her husband at 2am last night. He broke into the house through a window
The suburban home of Zohreh Sadeghi, 33, and Mohammed Naseri, 35, who were killed last night by stalker Ramin Khodakaramrezaei, 38
The interior of the house where a stalker broke in through a window last night and killed the man and woman living inside
Court records obtained by DailyMail.com show that a criminal complaint was filed against him a week ago
The stalker’s relentless phone calls and voicemails to the victim in February, before she called the police
The petition for a restraining order shows how he sent her gifts like a neckerchief
The “friendship” turned sinister and resulted in her begging him to leave her alone.
In a petition filed last month, she terrifyingly pleaded, “He has outbursts of anger and is completely delusional.
“These delusions make me fear for my life and that of my loved ones.”
She told police how he showed up at their house uninvited, delivered flowers and once even promised to send a music band to play outside.
“He contacted my husband and still does. He has come to my neighborhood several times, stayed in inns near my neighborhood, parked on my street hoping to see me.
“I suffer from a deep-seated fear for my safety,” she said.
She attached call logs showing how often he called her and left messages, telling police he sometimes parked down the street hoping to catch a glimpse of her.
Disturbingly, he was staying in local inns near the property.
A truck, presumably that of the stalker, was removed from the street today. The victim told police how he would park down the street in hopes of catching a glimpse of her
Police are at the crime scene Friday morning. The once quiet suburban street is now overrun with detectives
Police at the crime scene Friday morning. Both Zohreh and her husband were shot dead. The stalker then shot himself in the chest with his pistol
At 2 a.m. last night, the truck driver broke into the home in Redmond, Washington, shot her and her husband before turning his gun on himself. The woman’s mother escaped and called 911.
It’s unclear if he was nearby or if he drove from Texas to Washington to attack her. She had recently reported him to the police.
At 2 a.m. Friday, he broke into her home on a leafy street in Redmond, near Seattle, to gun down her and her 35-year-old husband.
Redmond police could not confirm whether the stalker had a criminal background or whether he had obtained his weapon legally.
They say the man started tuning into her podcast several months ago, but started bombarding her with messages.
She had contacted the police and the authorities were preparing to serve a restraining order on him, but were having trouble pinning him down.
Police at the scene of the murders last night
Redmond is a suburb of Seattle, Washington