Ali Need is Love

Alison Miller, the ex-girlfriend and former publicist for Republican Statehouse candidate Muhammad Ali Hasan, has asked to withdraw her request for a restraining order against the Eagle County politician and businessman, according to this story in the Vail Daily. Miller said the case was causing β€œtoo much stress to my health, time from work and family, and has become a financial burden."

Hasan, who was the subject of an in-depth Westword cover story, is running in the ski-resort-heavy House District 56. He is the wealthy son of Malik Hasan, a partially retired HMO executive and multi-millionaire, and Seeme Masan, a longtime Republican activist. Hasan, pictured above in a photo from the website of Muslims for America, an organization he founded, grew up in Pueblo and now lives in a 28,000-square-foot, $10 million mansion owned by the family outside of Vail.

In the March 3 restraining order, Miller accused Hasan of repeatedly harassing her via text message, disconnecting her phone and hiring a firm to crack the passwords to her three e-mail accounts. -- Jonathan Shikes

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