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More Domestic Drama! Mohamed Accuses Danielle Of Fraud & Destroying His Property

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Nov. 18 2016, Updated 9:56 a.m. ET

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The drama surrounding Danielle Mullins and Mohamed Jbali's toxic marriage doesn't end with death threats and suicide attempt accusations! After revealing details of police calls made by Mohamed, RadarOnline.com can now expose even more disturbing allegations that led to the end of their marriage.

In an investigation report obtained from the Sandusky Police Department, Mohamed accused Danielle and her three daughters of destroying his clothes on March 2, 2015.

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READ THE SHOCKING POLICE REPORTS!

"He said he was out all night and when he got home, his wife Danielle Jbali was upset with him and wanted him out of the house," the report read. "Mohamed said Danielle's children, Faith, Kylee and Briana Welch began helping Danielle remove his clothing and other belongings out of the bedroom."

Mohamed accused his stepchildren of "messing with his clothes."

Danielle told police that she wants her husband out of her home and that she has already begun the divorce process. She even accused her now-ex of stealing money from their joint account and transferring it to his individual account.

A month later on April 16, 2015, police responded to a domestic dispute when Mohamed accused Danielle of stealing $54 and not returning it to him.

"Danielle said Mohamed refuses to work or do work around the house," report read. "Danielle said she took the money to help pay for rent and a new tire for their vehicle."

Police informed Mohamed that the money is shared property since they are married.

Then on January 23, 2016, Mohamed accused Danielle of opening a DirecTV account with his information.

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He told police it had happened once before and that he had the first account closed.

Police advised Mohamed to contact the identify fraud help line so he could be advised of any future accounts that may be open in his name.

He then played police a phone recording between his estranged wife and her friend.

"The female then mentions the DirecTV account," the report read. "The female states that Danielle's son does a good impression of Mohamed, and Mohamed suggests that is how Danielle opened the new account."

When police confronted Danielle, she admitted to opening the second account without his permission after he already moved out. She explained how DirecTV informed her she could open the account because they were still legally married.

Only days later on February 1, 2016, police found Danielle at Mohamed's new residence demanding he hand over a set of luggage.

"He had told Danielle not to come over," the report read. "He continued stating she has been contacting him and others that reside in the residence, despite being told not to call or text."

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Danielle explained to police that he used her luggage when he moved out and never returned it. Police advised her to not have any further contact with Mohamed or anyone else at the residence.

As readers know from police reports obtained by Radar, Mohamed called officers on April 29, 2016 because his stepdaughter Kylee threatened to harm herself during a dispute over his laptop. She explained she is not suicidal and that he tends to "exaggerate" his words.

Only months before on January 6, 2015, Mohamed went down to the police station to report alleged death threats made by Danielle's son and two brothers.

On the 90 Day Fiancé reunion, the couple revealed their marriage is over.

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