I was involved with Wallace Najiy II for 4 years. When I met him he was separated from his second wife. She moved to Georgia, so it seemed clear that the marriage was over. He was like Prince Charming. He was very handsome, extremely well built, intelligent, personable, cooked, cleaned, was a handy man, could sing, etc. and seemed like my “soul mate.”After two years of being together and living together most of that time, Najiy began acting abusive. One of his outbursts resulted in a gash on my forehead from my car door. He was in and out of employment, had a serious drinking problem, got locked up for traffic violations, etc. After two years of not seeing his wife she came back to Maryland and he ended up leaving to go to GA with her. She claimed they had plotted his return for a year, that money I had given him to help him he was sending her, that they had bought a house together, etc. I thought I had been conned by a psychopath. Weeks later, he contacted me claiming he had made a mistake, that he loved me and wanted to come back to Maryland, and that his wife had lied. He dispelled my belief that he was a psychopath and began roping me back in. When his mother’s health began to deteriorate he came back to Maryland and we ultimately reunited. But he started drinking again and sometimes would not come home. I put him out. While he was trying to work his way back to living with me, we got into an argument at a friend’s house and I embarrassed him. He followed me out of the party and bear me up in the parking lot. I later discovered that he had started another relationship with another woman. He lied about it claiming they were just friends. He refused to admit, explain himself, or apologize. So, I ultimately sued him for personal injury, but it in no way makes up for the emotional manipulation. He has continued to try to contact me. I’m now fairly certain he is a sociopath who uses women because he doesn’t want to take care of himself financially. He’ll start off doing things for you and SEEMS to have his own money, but then he’ll lose a job or something and he’ll start to happen. He’ll even have his own place for a while, but will lose it for nonpayment. He will leave you when you call him on his mess or run out of money or he can’t maintain the charade anymore all while convincing you HE’s the crazy one. He’s very dangerous. Attached is a photo of me after the abuse.