The family of Nazish Noorani said that long before her husband had her killed in New Jersey, he physically abused her even locking her in a room for eight hours with a dog. Hit the jump to read the rest of the story.
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Brooklyn-born Kashif Parvaiz, 26, attacked his wife and tossed her into a room with the dog in Atlanta after a spat between her and his mother, her relatives said.

Noorani was terrified of dogs, her sister Lubna Choudhry said.

“He beat her,” Choudhry said Sunday.

Choudhry said her 27-year-old sister endured years of abuse from Parvaiz for the sake of their two sons, Shayaan, 2, and Riyaan, 5.

“That’s why she didn’t want to leave him, because of the kids,” Choudhry said. “He didn’t think about the children. He’s thinking about him, not the kids.”

Antoinette Stephen, 26, of Billerica, Mass., is accused of shooting Noorani to death last Tuesday in Boonton, N.J., as she walked with Parvaiz and their youngest son, who was in a stroller.

Parvaiz, who cops say orchestrated the plot to kill his wife, had Stephen shoot him four times in the shoulder and leg to throw cops off their trail, authorities say.

Stephen is being held in lieu of $5 million bail in Framingham, Mass. Parvaiz is being held in lieu of $1 million bond.

Choudhry said she hasn’t stayed in her Boonton home since the shooting, which was mere feet from her front door. “There’s too many memories,” she said.