Case that shook the ‘ours’ family: Son beat his mother

Umur Bugay, who wrote the screenplay of many movies such as ‘Hababam Class’, ‘King of Doormen’, ‘King of Garbage’, ‘Poor’ and ‘Postal Man’ and produced and scripted the phenomenon series ‘Bizimkiler’, drowned in the sea in Kınalıada in 2019. he had died. After Umur Bugay’s death, his wife Ayşe Bugay started to live in a duplex house in Etiler with her son Ömer Bugay. According to the allegation of Ayşe Bugay, who stated that her 49-year-old son Ömer Bugay has ‘bipolar disorder’ and uses psychiatric drugs, all members of the family made great efforts for Ömer Bugay’s hospitalization and treatment from time to time. However, Ömer Bugay started to use verbal and physical violence against his family. Allegedly, Ömer Bugay dragged his 75-year-old mother, Ayşe Bugay, on the ground and injured her head by hitting the entrance door several times. Stitches were placed on the head of the old woman who was taken to the hospital. Ayşe Bugay has never complained about her son so that his wife Umur Bugay’s name and reputation will not be shaken.


According to the news of Özge Eğrikar from Hürriyet, in the petition, “Ömer Bugay married a woman named Fidan last year without informing his family members. Ömer Bugay, who became even more aggressive after his marriage, displayed a hostile attitude towards his mother Ayşe Bugay due to his illness, and severe insults and threats increased. Omer Bugay, who made imaginary claims, said that he was not entitled to his father’s inheritance and caused conflicts in the family. Having accused his mother of fraud, Ömer Bugay used physical violence by pinching his nose with his fingers, leaving him breathless. Ayşe Bugay, who was defenseless in the face of her son’s attacks, settled in the summer house left by her late husband.


In the petition, where it is explained that Ömer Bugay also collected paintings and art sculptures with very high material and spiritual value in the house, it was stated that “My client is exposed to the violence of his own son and his bride, who acts in cooperation with him, and cannot go to his own house. That’s why we want the necessary measures to be taken.” Finding the request justified, the Court decided that Ömer Bugay and his wife Fidan Bugay should not approach the victim Ayşe Bugay.

Omer Bugay, who objected to the suspension decision given against him, denied his mother’s allegations. However, the court rejected Ömer Bugay’s objection on the grounds that the decision was appropriate.


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