Nick Pasqual, Actor Accused of Stabbing Makeup Artist Ex, Nabbed Near Mexico

An actor who appeared in how I Met Your Mother was arrested at the US-Mexico border while apparently trying to flee the country after allegedly stabbing a Hollywood makeup artist earlier this month.

Nick Pasqual, 34, is to be extradited to Los Angeles County to face an attempted murder charge for a brutal stabbing attack on Allie Shehorn, his ex-girlfriend. Shehorn, who prosecutors said had recently filed a restraining order against Pasqual, was left in intensive care “fighting for her life” after the attack, according to a GoFundMe raising money for her, but she is “taking now take positive steps towards his recovery.”

“This heinous incident is a stark reminder of the dangers of domestic violence. We will ensure that the individual responsible for this egregious act is held accountable for his actions,” Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón said in a press release announcing Pasqual’s arrest on Wednesday.

Pasqual is accused of breaking into Shehorn’s home on May 23 and stabbing her multiple times. In her attempt to get a restraining order granted just days before the attack, Shehorn accused Pasqual of raping and strangling her, beating her with a belt and breaking down doors.

The 35-year-old makeup artist has won several awards for her work and has appeared in films such as mean girls And Rebel Moon.

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