Harlem Man Who Forced Girlfriend To Walk Naked Outside Gets Up To Seven Years

January 3, 2018

NY Daily News reports to a Manhattan judge slammed the misogynist who forced his girlfriend to march outside naked with the maximum sentence Wednesday — sending him to prison for as many as seven years.

Jasson Melo, 26, faced time for coercion, a felony, for making the 22-year-old mother of his child undress and walk around his Harlem block. This followed hours of verbal and physical abuse inside his apartment, according to evidence submitted at his trial in Manhattan Supreme Court.

Jasson Melo‘s view of women belongs to the Dark Ages,” Justice Robert Mandelbaum said before sentencing the former United Nations chef to 2 1/3 to 7 years in prison.

“To him, women are property.”

Melo filmed the deranged shaming stunt, in which he can be heard scolding her in Spanish and calling her a “whore.”

He later promoted the video on Instagram and tried to sell merchandise with quotes from the twisted footage.

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