Murder victim Jasmine Fiore was living in fear of Ryan Jenkins, the man now suspected of killing her, according to the Playboy model's former fiance.
Much like Robert Hasman, her ex-boyfriend who spoke out yesterday, Travis Heinrich has nothing nice to say about the man Jasmine went on to marry.
Heinrich says he saw Ryan Jenkins hit Fiore and that she felt compelled to hide a cell phone behind his back because he would read her texts at night.
Just one month ago, Heinrich says, Fiore confided that she was "in over her head" and didn't know how to escape her relationship with Ryan Jenkins.
Was she scared? "Oh, 100 percent," he says.
Heinrich says he saw Ryan, a millionaire real estate developer, "punch her in the arm with enough force to push her in a pool," leading to his arrest.
Jasmine Fiore and Ryan Alexander Jenkins married in March.
Ryan Jenkins, 32, remains at large and is believed to have evaded a massive manhunt and crossed the border into his native Canada. Mutilated remains of Jasmine Fiore, 28, were found last weekend in a suitcase in Orange County, Calif.
The violent poolside incident between Jenkins and Fiore came after Jenkins "was just drinking all day long," says Heinrich, who broke up with her in 2007.
He says Jenkins also didn't like that he and Fiore were talking - a familiar theme, as police say Jasmine's texts to her ex Hasman may have led to her death.
Meanwhile, the investigation into Fiore's murder led police to San Diego, where they stayed at L'Auberge Del Mar two days before she was found dead.