He turned his shotgun on himself when apprehended by a police officer on the porch of the house where the shootings took place.
In San Diego (USA) TikToker Jinnkid is said to have murdered both his wife and her boyfriend. According to the state prosecutor’s office, the 29-year-old, out of jealousy, shot and killed the 28-year-old and his 29-year-old friend. TooFab.
According to police, Jinkit, who has nearly a million followers in Dictok, is known in real life as Ali Abulaban, who caught both of them after he previously installed a wiretapping processor on his five-year-old daughter’s iPod. At around 3pm on Thursday he entered his wife’s apartment on the 35th floor of a tall building and pointed the gun at both of them.
When the indictment was read out in San Diego court, it was found that the defendant had previously been involved in violence against his wife. He is said to have obtained a restraining order against him and is planning to file for divorce. On October 18, he was asked to vacate the shared apartment.
Three days later, he re-entered the apartment, destroyed it, secretly installed the bucking processor on the child’s tablet, left it in the bedroom and reportedly snuck out again.
A few hours later, Assistant Attorney Darren Frost said Ali was listening to the processor and heard a man’s voice. Surveillance cameras show how he then returned to the apartment complex.
He then turned his shotgun on himself when apprehended by a police officer on the porch of the house where the shootings took place. He then aimed his shotgun at his wife and shot her in the forehead.
He then called his mother, pleaded guilty and took his daughter from school – with a gun loaded in his car.
Shortly afterwards, he surrendered himself to the police and was arrested. However, the offender did not plead guilty. The judge ordered him remanded in custody without pre-bail. If convicted, Abulaban faces life imprisonment without parole, although prosecutors may call for the death penalty.
Abulaban received more than 12 million likes for following actor Tony Montoya from the movie “Scarface”. He released his last record on the day of the killings.
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