A man is calling on the Australian government to deport his wife after she was filmed framing him for domestic violence.
Faisal, from Sydney, Australia, had only been married to Moroccan wife Asmae for eight months when he became suspicious she had used him to get into the country.
The pair met on a dating site but Faisal worried his wife was not in love with him.
He consulted a lawyer and visa expert for advice, but his new wife found the emails and took action.
Faisal told 9 News’ A Current Affair that he arrived home from work and found his apartment trashed.
His wife stormed out and hours later he was arrested for assault.
CCTV was eventually found of his wife, getting into a lift at the apartment block and punching herself twice in the face.
Faisal said: "I didn’t think she would go to that extent and go to the police after everything I did for her, and forget everything and just ruin my life.
"I am the victim now. I got used and abused over and over again emotionally, mentally, financially — you name it. I’m the victim. She did that so now it’s her turn to face the consequences."
Asmae has now fled Sydney and is living somewhere in Australia.
Faisal is calling on the government to send his estranged wife back to Morocco.
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