In Today’s Mailbag I had yet another notification from Google that one of my posts was being removed from Google search. Tarek Does it all the time. This post was called He’s at it again. It didn’t even mention his name in the title, but Tarek is obsessed with this site. My site is no longer hosted in the US so there is nothing he can do about posts and posts about him are hardly my bread and butter anyway. It’s more of a public service announcement. The guy is insane and has been charged in Nashville with 19 counts of sexual assault including rape. For whatever reason, a judge has allowed him to move back to Georgia to take care of his ailing mother. This marks the SECOND TIME in since moving into Duluth that two brave women have come forward to report him to the local police. I suspect there are more. I suppose that is what had him back on the Internet trying to cover his tracks.
Tarek Issak Mentouri Allegedly Attacks A Second Woman In Duluth Georgia.
On April 22, another woman, who asked that News4 Investigates not reveal her name for fear of retaliation, said she applied for a freelance job for a “health spa worker.” When she arrived for the interview, she said she was troubled to learn she would be meeting “Issac” at his condo, not the site of a health spa. When she entered his condo, she said she immediately knew something was wrong. “He closed the door and locked it,” she said. “At that time, I felt a little frightened.”
She said she was given the name of the poster of the job as Issac Men, the name Mentouri used to earn media attention in Atlanta, as first exposed by chief investigative reporter Brendan Keefe at WXIA-TV.“I felt like that,” she said. In messages provided to News4 Investigates, the woman said Mentouri asked if she liked massages, and she indicated yes. But in those messages, she also said she’s seeking jobs in data entry and web design. In the messages, Mentouri wrote that he was trying to restart his business after working for massage clinics.
“Moved himself towards me, and then bent his head to touch my foot, and when he did, I just said no,” she said. She said she quickly left, thinking it was just a strange encounter until she read about Eidson and the other women in Tennessee. “I’m just reporting it because it’s a security reason for other women as well, and we need to think about other women,” she said. A spokesman for Duluth police said they were sharing the police report with the Davidson County district attorney’s office.
For a lengthy summary of all of the Nashville 4 news reports, see the video below.