Fatima, wife of the murdered villa of the artist Nancy Ajram, recounted the details of the last meeting with her husband, Mohamed Al-Mousa, before he went to the villa in which he was killed by Fadi Al-Hashem, Ajram’s husband, in circumstances where conflicting news broke out regarding its circumstances.
“He came to me and told me that he was going to get his money from people who stole it from him,” Fatima said in an interview with Syrian media.
She added, “I noticed that he was completely dressed in black and with black pants … then he left me and left and went to Villa Nancy.”
And she continued: “We were not suffering from any financial problems … He was working for an oil company and was fired from it, then he worked with several jobs and ended up working at Villa Nancy before he was killed.”
On the other hand, the Syrian media quoted the mother of the deceased as saying that “the footage taken by the surveillance cameras of the accident is fabricated, and there are attempts to cover up what happened.”
And she confirmed that her son, who left Syria 13 years ago to work in Lebanon, “did not need the money to steal and also he had no history in Lebanon or elsewhere.”
Al-Mousas mother indicated that her son was killed by 16 bullets, but the video clips did not show many traces of blood, and this number of bullets confirms that the killer was not defending himself but was intending to kill.
There are conflicting reports about the victim’s relationship with the family, as the victim’s family states that he was working for the Nancy Ajram family in the villa, and that he came to claim his financial dues, not with the aim of theft.
The uncle of the dead man said that Mohamed Al-Mousa was working for the singer’s husband, noting that he went to the villa with a “toy pistol” to demand “his late dues,” and added that Nancy’s husband, Fadi Al-Hashem, “published a video of the incident after his amendment and deleted some of the scenes that condemn him.”
But Nihad Al-Hashem, brother of Fadi, the husband of the actress Ajram, denied that there was any relationship between the dead man and the family.
After his release following his arrest for 3 days after his murder, Judge General of Mount Lebanon, Judge Ghada Aoun Ali Al-Hashem, claimed “the felony of intentional killing” and referred the file to the first investigating judge in Mount Lebanon Nicolas Mansour.
The Lebanese media had published a video a few days ago, documenting Musa entering the house armed, before Al-Hashim noticed him, and attached him to one of the rooms in the house with a pistol he had in his possession.