Blattelito arrested for attempted murder in Marbella: “Was attacked by some Swedes”

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Published 1 August 2021 at 20.53

Abroad. Immigrant profile and influencer Abbe “Blattelito” Alsaadi, 26, has been arrested for attempted murder in Spain. This after a bloody knife fight in a luxury villa in Marbella a week ago.
“I was stabbed by some Swedes, ⁣⁣ stabbed and then taken by the police before they beat me down”, Blattelito writes after the incident.

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The incident occurred in connection with an illegal party in a luxury villa in the Nagüeles area of Marbella in the wee hours of July 25, according to the South Coast.

Abbe Blattelito ended up in a knife fight with a man in his 30s who was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries. The man was attacked with a broken bottle in the groin, back, neck and head, writes Sydkusten. His condition stabilized, however.

Blattelito also had to go to the hospital and be sewn in one arm. He was first arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, according to Sur. The Swedish victim is also suspected of a crime.

On Instagram, however, Blattelito stated a few days ago that he had been released.

“I was attacked by some Swedes, ⁣⁣ stabbed and then taken by the police because they beat me up and were detained for 3 days on suspicion of attempted murder and now I was released”, he writes.

The 26-year-old has also posted video clips showing the injuries he received on his arm.

Abbe Blattelito is above all known for having been acquitted of the murder of his ex-girlfriend Annie Andersson. Blattelito was convicted in the district court for the murder but was acquitted in the Court of Appeal, where he was sentenced to 3 years and six months in prison for, among other things, torturing other former girlfriends.

After serving the short sentence he was sentenced to In the Court of Appeal, Blattelito, who comes from Iraq, has boasted that he intends to continue with his criminal lifestyle as before.

He has also compared the time in Swedish prison with “sitting in a hotel – the worst luxury “.

In February, Blattelito regained attention after claiming to have been kidnapped and tortured. However, the incident turned out to be staged and prosecutors launched an investigation into false alarms.