Beheaded Victim Asked Court to Cease Abusive Boyfriend’s No-Contact Order Before Her Death

Beheaded Victim Asked Court to Cease Abusive Boyfriend’s No-Contact Order Before Her Death

A woman who was found beheaded at a Minnesota intersection on Wednesday previously asked a court to suspend a no-contact order so she could see the boyfriend who is now charged with her murder.

The Sun reported that four years before last week’s slaying, America Thayer, 55, wrote in a letter that she and Alexis Saborit, 42, had lived together for a year and that he never abused her. At the time, Thayer was contesting a pre-trial domestic abuse no-contact order that required Saborit to stay away from her.

“We don’t have problem for 4 years, please. We never have problem,” Thayer reportedly wrote. “We will go to any treatment recommended.”

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