Seven Bridges Delray Beach Resident Jaylaan Ahmad-Llewellyn Is Subject Of Guardianship Suit. She Requests Help From Mossad.
PBSO At Home Multiple Times Over Past Several Weeks.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
UPDATED: 12:55 p.m. to reflect PBSO has responded to the home 14 times since mid-March.
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s office has responded at least 14 times since mid-March to the Seven Bridges home of record company executive Jaylaan Ahmad-Llewellyn. Deputies were at the home again Wednesday night.
The founder of Bluhammock Music, an entrepreneur and philanthropist, court records show that Ahmad-Llewellyn is the subject of a guardianship suit brought by her mother.
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According to the suit, Ahmad-Llewellyn has been treated for mental health issues for several years, but has over the past several weeks taken part in activity that is concerning to her family. Among the concerns: allegedly letting a young child play alone in a construction zone behind her home, fighting with her neighbors, firing the child’s nanny, and sending texts requesting that agents from Mossad — the Israeli intelligence agency — assist her.
From a filing obtained by BocaNewsNow.com documenting texts allegedly sent by Ahmad-Llewellyn:
“(Ahmad-Llewellyn) sent another text at 3:25 stating she needed armed concealed guard, possibly two women (from) Moussad (sic) to bring her to appointments and to (an area farm where she once had horses) as she requested federal Marshals seize the property. She states she has not yet heard if the request is being honored.”
“In behalf of Evian, I lodged a formal complaint on behalf of the French Government, I also notified Michael Adelson in California regarding my arrest in California and how that effect (sic) Reese Witherspoon and her being falsely arrested for a DUI.” (Reese Witherspoon was arrested in 2013 when her husband was charged with DUI and she allegedly attempted to intervene).
Most concerning, however, to her family members: “While walking around the house at a frantic pace, (Ahmad-Llewellyn) was followed by a child out to the pool area. (Ahmad-Llewellyn) got something and closed the door behind her, leaving the child outside alone (in the pool area).”
BocaNewsNow.com is not publishing the complete document. While we traditionally do not report mental health issues that have not led to criminality, the constant police presence at her residence in a gated community, her alleged interaction with neighbors, and an ongoing request from readers for information justified a report.
A judge ordered a temporary guardian for Ahmad-Llewellyn on April 26th. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office responded to her home again on April 28th.
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