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Ex-husband of jealous wife Natalie Dimitrovska who set Dana Vulin alight in jealous feud is jailed

Ex-husband of jealous wife who set her love rival alight in an ice-fuelled rage is jailed over extraordinary crime spree

  • Edin Handanovic was already on a suspended sentence for a number of charges
  • The 33-year-old from Perth then proceeded to commit more 30 more crimes 
  • Handanovic pleaded guilty to all charges and was sentenced to 22 months’ jail 

A serial offender whose wife set fire to a woman she believed was having sex with her husband has been jailed.  

Edin Handanovic was already on a suspended sentence for a number of charges when he committed 30 more crimes, including fraud, common assault, firearm offences and drug possession and dealing, The West reported.

The 33-year-old from Perth appeared via videolink in court and pleaded guilty to all charges and was sentenced to 22 months in prison. 

Handanovic’s wife Natalie Dimitrovska, is herself already in jail for setting Dana Vulin on fire after believing the she was having an affair with Handanovic.

The 33-year-old from Perth, appeared via videolink in court and pleaded guilty to all the charges and was sentenced to 22 months’ jail

Handanovic, who has spent about nine months in prison already, was also fined $2,800.

‘The level of offending over this period of time … is concerning,’ Magistrate Mark Millington said. 

He said that Handanovic had a ‘blatant disregard for the law’ for committing the crimes while suspended. 

On top of the 22-month sentence, Mr Millington activated the suspended sentence from the previous year which means Handanovic will spend a further eight months in jail.

Handanovic's wife, Natalie Dimitrovska (pictured), is also in jail for setting Dana Vulin on fire after thinking she was having an affair with him

Handanovic’s wife, Natalie Dimitrovska (pictured), is also in jail for setting Dana Vulin on fire after thinking she was having an affair with him

Ms Vulin (pictured) received burns to more than 60 per cent of her body, but says the years she spent in recovery were intensely more painful than her initial injuries

Ms Vulin (pictured) received burns to more than 60 per cent of her body, but says the years she spent in recovery were intensely more painful than her initial injuries

Dimitrovska set Ms Vulin alight in a methamphetamine-fuelled rage after breaking into her Rivervale apartment in February 2012. 

Ms Vulin received burns to more than 60 per cent of her body, but says the years she spent in recovery were intensely more painful than her initial injuries. 

In 2013, Dimitrovska was jailed for 17 years’ jail and will be eligible for parole in 2027.   

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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