MMA fighter twin brothers detained in brutal Phuket home invasion case

Renowned MMA fighter Khusein Askhabov and his identical twin brother Khasan have been detained in connection to a violent home invasion at a Cherng Talay resort in Phuket, the place an Italian resident was robbed of personal objects exceeding 12 million baht.
The Italian sufferer was found by resort workers, certain and severely beaten, allegedly by the MMA brothers. His face, torso, and legs were covered in contusions. CCTV footage revealed the victim’s escape from his villa, still restrained, to the resort’s parking area.
The official arrest confirmation got here final Tuesday, September 5, from Cherng Talay Police Superintendent, Police Colonel Chalermchai Hersawat. Despite the arrests of the MMA fighter and his brother, neither the police nor any other local authorities have publicly acknowledged the incident.
The 28 12 months outdated Askhabov twins, born in Grozny, Chechnya, are no strangers to the limelight. Khusein, recognized within the MMA world as Nohcho, has a significant following. Despite ESPN itemizing his training base as Tiger Muay Thai in Chalong, he is believed to be training at a Muay Thai camp in Cherng Talay.
The MMA brothers have been apprehended underneath arrest warrants issued by the Phuket Provincial Court on September 4. The charges levied against the brothers fall underneath the Prevention and Suppression of Torture and Enforced Disappearance Act B.E. 2565 (2022), which incorporates offences corresponding to torture, merciless, inhuman or degrading therapy, and enforced disappearance.
The victim reported that the assault began late at evening on September three, when three unfamiliar males broke into his villa. They sure, gagged, and blindfolded him before interrogating him in regards to the location of a drive containing a cryptocurrency ledger. When the sufferer denied possessing such a drive, a 30-minute beating ensued.
Stolen items included the victim’s passport, his ADIB financial institution (Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank) debit card, and passwords for his phones, protected, and computers. The assailants also took forty,000 euros in cash (approximately 1.5 million baht) from the safe and sixteen,000 euros (over 600,000 baht) utilizing the stolen debit card in Dubai.
According to , who are believed to have returned to Kazakhstan, were confirmed to have departed Phuket International Airport for Dubai on Flight EK397 at 6.58am on September four.
The sufferer stated that he first encountered the MMA fighter Askhabov and his twin brother at a beach cafe in Cherng Talay a year in the past but had by no means met the three Kazakh attackers prior to the incident.
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