The young woman who was shot dead at work last week inside a Los Angeles mall by her ex-husband feared she would actually be killed while working — but not by him ... by his mother.
According to legal docs obtained by The Blast, Parisa Siddiqi filed a restraining order on March 1, 2018 against Sheila G., who she described as her "ex-mother-in-law-law." She claims in the docs that she was having custody issues with her ex-husband and his mother (her kids' grandmother).
As The Blast first reported, cops say that Siddiqi's ex-husband, celebrity realtor Kevin Crane, showed up to the store she worked at in a Los Angeles mall, pulled out a gun and shot and killed her before turning the gun on himself. Crane survived the shooting and was hospitalized.
Siddiqi and Crane were divorced and had two sons, ages 2 and 4.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Siddiqi went to court just weeks before her death to try and get a restraining order for her and her kids. She said in her declaration, "She (Gregory) told her son (Crane) if I kept my kids away from her that, that would be the end of me, and she will make sure she gets custody of them, after 'the end' of me."
She added Sheila "called my job and my manager" telling them, "You don't know who she really is...she does a lot of bad things."
Siddiqi also claimed the grandmother went to her kids' school to "get copies of documents," which the school denied.
She continued in her filing, "My kids also need to be in this order, because she harassed me, the next day she went to their school without my knowledge. I feel that because she is not in her right mind towards me that my kids will also be in danger with her contact."
The legal doc ominously ends: "I feel unsafe at my house and job everyday, because I feel that she will come and cause harm to my family."
At this point, cops have not mentioned Crane's mother in the ongoing investigation, but it seems they will be speaking with her about the events leading up to the murder/suicide attempt.
The Blast spoke with Sheila, who tells us she never threatened Parisa in fact called the allegation "lies." She says that Kevin told her Siddiqi planned on dropping the restraining order the day after it was filed. She is cooperating with investigators and has already spoken with detectives.
Crane is a realtor in Beverly Hills, and according to sources familiar with the situation, he specializes in dealing with hip-hop clients.
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He represented Big Sean when the rapper bought Slash‘s old mansion, and he has also worked with Lil Twist.