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Dad beats up Uber driver after sexually assaulting him while attacking daughter in backseat of car | The Gateway expert

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Dad beats up Uber driver after sexually assaulting him while attacking daughter in backseat of car |  The Gateway expert

A Washington father came to the rescue and beat the Uber driver who raped his daughter in the backseat of the car.

The Uber driver, 58-year-old Ahmed Ali, was arrested and charged with rape after he picked up a young, intoxicated woman from a bar in Washington last weekend, took her to a remote area and raped her.

According to court documents, Ali manipulated the Uber app to make it appear as if he had dropped the young woman off at home, but he drove her to a remote area near the Nisqually River.

The victim’s father went looking for his daughter after she failed to return home and found her naked in the backseat of Ahmed Ali’s shared car. Ali’s pants had fallen down as he hurried to climb back into the front seat.

The girl’s father beat Ahmed Ali so badly that he needed medical attention. Two shots were reportedly fired.

Ahmed Ali is the father of five children. His family came to court to support him after he was caught raping a young man who was too drunk to defend himself.

Ali is currently being held on $100,000 bond as prosecutors prepare to file charges.

Uber said they removed Ahmed Ali’s access to the app.

“The driver’s behavior is appalling and has no place in our society or on the Uber platform. We take these types of reports very seriously and denied the driver access to the platform as soon as we became aware of the incident. We have a dedicated team ready to assist law enforcement with their investigation,” an Uber spokesperson said in a statement to Fox 13 Seattle.

Fox 13 Seattle reported:

The woman’s father and other family members went looking for her after she did not return home and found her naked in the backseat of Ali’s car, with the suspect trying to hold up his pants as he climbed to the front of the car.

As detailed in the probable cause documents, the victim’s family attacked the Uber driver in an attempt to stop him, firing at least two shots. Ali, who was visibly injured with bandages on his hands during his court appearance, was detained despite attempting to flee and needing medical attention.

The disturbing nature of the allegations has led prosecutors to express concerns about the potential for violence if Ali is released. The court found probable cause for both the second-degree rape and first-degree kidnapping charges, with the prosecutor asking for a $100,000 bond.

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