April 20th: The Violent Home Invasion (Sex, Lies and Betrayal)

Jonathan Hay and Sabrina Hale

The following information is taken from the website Jonathan Hay Publicity:

According to WHAS 11, the ABC-affiliated television station in Louisville, Kentucky, Quantez Gibson was indicted on kidnapping and robbery charges. Quantez has been charged with masterminding the violent home invasion of Jonathan Hay and his 14-year-old daughter. Two men, who are currently in prison, Michael Brooks and Louis Edward Simmons, Jr. have plead guilty and are testifying against Quantez. Sadly, this traumatic situation is filled with betrayal as Jonathan and Quantez used to be friends and next-door neighbors.

Jonathan Hay strongly believes his ex-fiancé Sabrina Hale, was complicit in setting up the home invasion. Quantez and Sabrina began an intimate relationship that lasted over a year. A month before the vicious assault took place, a judge issued an Emergency Protective Order (EPO) against Sabrina for her threats to murder Hay’s daughter.

Many people believe that Sabrina and Quantez Gibson (a repeated violent felon) acted out those sinister threats on April 20, 2017. Hay and his daughter were ambushed and pistol whipped from behind by Brooks and Simmons. Hay was bound, duct taped and assaulted for two hours with his traumatized teenage daughter. Brooks and Simmons are currently serving ten-year prison sentences, meanwhile, Quantez is facing 20-years when his trial starts this May. Sabrina is currently under investigation by the St. Matthews Police and has yet to be charged.

Jonathan Hay believes that he has evidence that proves Tim Hale, Becky Hale, Sunday Hale (ASA Electronics), Maria Danielle Holden, Chris Holden, Nikki Nusbaum Everhart and Monica Capps (Capps Men’s Cuts) have all supported the relationship of Quantez and Sabrina. The Hale’s, Holden’s, Nusbaum’s and Capps’ were all made aware of Quantez’s criminal past and his threats of violence to Hay’s family. Surprisingly, they still gave Quantez and Sabrina unwavering support and helped provide them with resources. They’ve also been supportive of Sabrina while she’s been under a current criminal investigation.

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