The ex of the 29-year-old man associated with killing 50 individuals in an Orlando club early Sunday said that he was rough and rationally temperamental and beat her over and again while they were hitched.

The ex said she met Omar Mateen online around eight years back and chose to move to Florida and wed him.

At initially, the marriage was typical, she said, however then he got to be oppressive.

“He was not a steady individual,” said the ex, who talked on the state of namelessness since she dreaded for her security in the wake of the mass shooting. “He beat me. He would simply get back home and begin pummeling me in light of the fact that the clothing wasn’t done or something to that effect.”

While the FBI has not distinguished Mateen openly, U.S. law requirement authorities said his distinguishing proof was found on the body of the executioner, who was outfitted with a handgun and an attack rifle.

Powers think he utilized those weapons to execute 50 individuals and harm handfuls more in the assault on the gay dance club that started soon after 2 a.m. Sunday morning. Mateen was killed in a shootout with police three hours after the fact after a SWAT group ambushed an area of the club where Mateen was stayed with prisoners.

Mateen’s ex said his family was from Afghanistan, yet her ex was conceived in New York. His family later moved to Florida. In 2007, Mateen graduated with a partner level of science from Indian River State College.

In a progression of Myspace photographs, Mateen is seen taking selfies and wearing New York Police Department shirts in two or three the shots. His ex recognized him as the man in the Myspace photographs.

Mateen’s ex said she was having a troublesome time when she initially met him and chose to move to Florida to be with him. The two wedded in March 2009 and moved into a two-room apartment suite in Fort Pierce, Fla., that Mateen’s family possessed.

“He appeared like a typical person,” she said, including that he wasn’t extremely religious and regularly worked out at the exercise center. She said in the couple of months they were hitched he gave no indications of having fallen under the influence of radical Islam. She said he possessed a little bore handgun.

As indicated by open records, he had a grant to convey a disguised weapon and was an authorized security watch. He had worked for G4S, a security organization. His ex said that at one point Mateen filled in as a gatekeeper at a close-by office for adolescent delinquents.

The ex said her folks interceded when they learned Mateen had attacked her. Her dad affirmed the record and said that the marriage endured just a couple of months.

Her folks traveled to Fort Pierce and hauled her out of the house, deserting every one of her things. The ex she said never had contact with Mateen again in spite of endeavors by him to contact her.

“They actually spared my life,” she said of her folks.

As indicated by Florida court records, the two formally separated in 2011.

In the wake of finding out about what happened in Orlando, she said: “I am as yet handling. I am certainly fortunate.”

After the couple split, a companion of Mateen’s said the young fellow turned out to be relentlessly more religious. The companion, who talked on the state of secrecy, said Mateen quite a while back went on the journey to Mecca in Saudi Arabia known as the umrah.

“He was very religious,” the companion said.

He said Mateen had would have liked to wind up a law authorization officer however that arrangement never worked out.

The last time he talked with Mateen was around three weeks back. There was no sign when they talked that Mateen proposed to do the most exceedingly awful mass shooting in U.S. history. The companion said that if Mateen had sensitivities for the Islamic State or other terrorist bunches, he hushed up about that.

“He never talked about that stuff,” the companion said.

Dartevious Parker, a neighbor who lived close Mateen, said Mateen had a 3-year-old child. The neighbor had additionally seen a lady living with Mateen and the kid. Parker said he never addressed her, and she didn’t wear any religious clothing.

“This is a stunner,” he said. “I was astonished somebody from here would accomplish something to that effect.”