Executive Assistant Charged for Allegedly Killing His Millionaire Boss Fahim Saleh

Fahim Saleh a millionaire tech entrepreneur was found dismembered in his Luxury New York apartment on Tuesday.

Saleh's executive assistant faces second-degree murder charges for the murder. The assistant Tyrese Haspil, 21, handled all Saleh's financial and personal matters, according to the police. He owed Saleh thousands of dollars and was on a payment plan to pay Saleh back.

Saleh, 33, was found in his apartment on Sunday when his cousin rang the doorbell, the assistant was allegedly cutting his body up with an electrical saw and fled, according to a law enforcement official. The cousin found Saleh's head, arms, and legs severed in the living room.

At about 2:00 p.m. on Monday Haspil allegedly tased Saleh before stabbing him to death and cutting up his body.

According to BuzzFeed

An executive assistant was charged on Friday for allegedly killing and dismembering his boss, tech entrepreneur Fahim Saleh, the NYPD announced.

The assistant, Tyrese Haspil, 21, was taken into custody at 8:45 a.m. Friday in lower Manhattan after a three-day investigation into the homicide and charged with second-degree murder.

Saleh's body was found dismembered in his Manhattan apartment earlier this week by his cousin.

In a press conference on Friday, Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison said that Haspil handled Saleh’s “finances and personal matters,” adding that he owed his boss “a significant amount of money.”

The New York Times reported that Haspil began working for Saleh when he was 16 years old, and had recently stolen nearly $100,000 from his boss. According to the Times, Saleh did not report Haspil to authorities, instead setting up a repayment plan.

According to police, Haspil assaulted Saleh the afternoon of July 13 at his 33-year-old boss’s luxury apartment in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.

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