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American boyfriend of missing Sarm Heslop in Virgin Islands dismisses reporter’s questions, says ‘no comment’

Ryan Bane, the American man whose British girlfriend disappeared more than two weeks ago in the U.S. Virgin Islands, dismissed a Daily Mail reporter who asked him questions about the case Wednesday, saying “no comment” four times. 

Jeff Jones, who has been assisting with the search for Sarm Heslop, told Fox News that he spotted Bane on his 47-foot catamaran, Siren Song, on Wednesday morning. 

A Daily Mail reporting team followed Bane when he went to shore on a dinghy around 3 p.m. and shouted questions about the couple’s last night together and why he won’t allow police to search

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Missing woman in Virgin Islands had American boyfriend quick to anger: ex-wife

The ex-wife of an American man whose girlfriend has vanished in the U.S. Virgin Islands describes yachtsman Ryan Bane as quick to anger, unpredictable and narcissistic.

Bane, a convicted domestic abuser, allegedly routinely pushed and shoved his former partner and called her “b—-” or “c—,” according to his ex-wife Corie Stevenson, whose tooth she says he once broke by slamming her face into the ground at their Michigan home.

“He’s very aggressive with girls, but he doesn’t really wanna get in fights with guys,” Stevenson told Fox News.

Sarm Heslop, a 41-year-old British woman, has been missing for more than

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