Anti-feminist ‘killer attorney’ Roy Den Hollander forced his ex-wife to ‘strip for friends’ and called her ‘ugly’ – The Sun

ACCUSED double-murderer Roy Den Hollander is suspected of gunning down the son of a federal judge and an attorney but he spent 20 years before that trying to ruin another woman's life, court documents show.

Den Hollander, 72, took his own life hours after he allegedly killed Judge Esther Salas' son Daniel Anderl, 20, and critically injured her criminal attorney husband, Mark, 63 in a doorstep ambush at the family's New Jersey home on Sunday.

It later emerged that Den Hollander has also been linked to the fatal shooting of attorney Marc Angelucci, 52, eight days earlier in California.

In both instances, the gunman was reportedly disguised as a FedEx delivery driver when he opened fire on the victims' at their respective homes. Investigations into the incidents are ongoing.

The shocking tragedies have rocked the families and communities of those involved.

But it's since emerged that the former attorney had a long history of troubling behavior with a trove of Den Hollander's writings revealing his misogynist and racist views published online, and details of his turbulent relationships with colleagues and his ex-wife coming to light.

Model Alina Shipilina and Den Hollander met and married in her home country of Russia before the pair relocated to New York in 2000.

But things quickly turned sour and they divorced later that same year, according to court documents viewed by The Sun.

"When we moved… he started to ask me about my past relationships and it happened everyday … he started to humiliate me and call me names like a monster and… ugly," Shipilina told a New York court during an immigration review in 2008.

Shipilina – who filed a a battered spouse petition against Den Hollander in 2002 before it was dismissed in 2004 – told the court that her then-husband had forced her to work as a topless waitress at a New York strip club for almost two years.

"Every day he used to walk me, he used to meet me at 4am at home, and if I happen (sic) to be late home a few minutes, he started to abuse me that I already commenced to sleep with somebody, and this was like this every week," she said.

"He used to come in and buy dances with his friends in front of my eyes, and he forced me to dance – lap dance, topless – for him in front of him. He used to pay my name, you cannot refuse.

"When he was next to me, and it was very hard for me because it hurt me because I love my husband and I just wanted to only do this for my husband."

Den Hollander never stopped "doing everything to try and damage her", court documents allege.

His most recent filings against Shipilina in a bid to have her deported from the country came just last year – some 20 years after the pair divorced.

The Sun has reached out to Shipilina for comment.

On Valentine's Day 2008, Den Hollander filed a federal case with the core claim that the abuse allegation was concocted to let Shipilina stay in the US under the Violence Against Women Act, which he called a feminist ploy to take advantage of men.

“As the law created by feminist lobbying now stands, alien females prone to criminal pursuits can become permanent residents and eventually U.S. citizens by simply saying their American husbands abused them, and it will not matter that these females are lying, committed crimes of moral turpitude … or used fraud and perjury to gain entry into the U.S. and to stay here,” Den Hollander wrote.

“In practice and intent, the Violence Against Women Act … create a process by which the Constitutional rights of American men who take or consider taking foreign wives are violated in order to rectify the feminists inability to make American men love them."

Several sources have come forward following Den Hollander's death to reveal they had previously warned authorities that he was a safety risk.

One lawyer warned the New York state court system more than a decade ago about Den Hollander, pleading that the unhinged attorney be forced to go through a metal detector before entering court because he was such a danger.

"My concern was he was going to bring in a gun and shoot a female judge," attorney Paul Steinberg told The NY Post.

Shipilina's attorney Nicholas Mundy described Den Hollander as "dangerous and creepy".

"He really had a terrible hatred for all women — particularly women in power like judges — and he was hellbent on trying to exact revenge on anybody that he thought crossed him," he told the outlet.

In the rambling manifesto he wrote this year, Den Hollander — a men’s rights attorney and self-professed Trump volunteer — claimed that he was terminally ill with cancer.

He said his condition worsened when he was “preparing for oral argument in a federal case before a lazy and incompetent Latina judge appointed by Obama" and slammed Salas, 51, who was presiding over the 2015 lawsuit, regarding a woman who wanted to register for the men-only military draft.

Salas, seated in Newark, was nominated by President Barack Obama and confirmed in 2011.

He earlier referred to Salas as "this hot Latina Judge in the US District Court for New Jersey whom Obama had appointed.

"At first, I wanted to ask the Judge out, but thought she might hold me in contempt," he wrote.

“But what really annoyed me was the time consumed to deal with this doom,” he continued of his cancer.

“I had things to do to balance the accounts, but time was now rapidly running out.”

He revealed his “primary objective was not survival but to stay functional long enough to wrap-up my affairs".

“The only problem with a life lived too long under Feminazi rule is that a man ends up with so many enemies he can't even the score with all of them,” he wrote.

“But law school and the media taught me how to prioritize."

In his so-called "Evolutionarily Correct Cyclopedia," Den Hollander made chilling remarks about "solutions" to what he called "Political Commies" and feminists.

"Things begin to change when individual men start taking out those specific persons responsible for destroying their lives before committing suicide," he wrote.

On Sunday, Hollander reportedly arrived at Salas' home, where he fatally shot her son, and wounded her husband, when they came to the door.

During the incident, Salas remained in the home's basement and escaped unharmed, authorities said.

Den Hollander was found dead in the Catskills in New York on Monday in an apparent suicide, hours after the shooting at Judge Salas’s home.

On Wednesday, the FBI confirmed that they have evidence linking another murder to Den Hollander.

Marc Angelucci, the 52-year-old vice president of the National Coalition for Men (NCFM), was found unresponsive and with apparent gunshot wounds just after 4pm in Cedarpines Park, a community in southern California on July 11, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.

Men's rights lawyer Marc Angelucci was shot dead earlier this month.

The NCFM said he was shot and killed in front of his home At the time, the suspect was described as an unknown male.

"As the FBI continues the investigation into the attack at the home of US District Court Judge Esther Salas, we are now engaged with the San Bernardino CA Sheriff’s Office and have evidence linking the murder of Marc Angelucci to FBI Newark subject Roy Den Hollander," a statement posted on Twitter read.

Den Hollander and Angelucci were both, at one time, members of the NCFM and filed a number of lawsuits challenging women’s rights.

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