Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 2021-10-26 14:19:01 –
San Diego — TikTok star with nearly 1 million followers on the platform Acquitted Monday after being charged with shooting his wife and his companions in a local apartment.
According to police, 29-year-old Ali Nasser Abulaban was arrested and charged with murder after his wife, 28-year-old Ana Abulaban, and her companion, 29-year-old Rayburn Cardenas Barron, were shot dead on Thursday. ..
The shooting took place in the East Village area of San Diego after 3 pm local time.
When police arrived, they found a victim with a gunshot wound on his upper body in the living room of the house.
“Police officers and San Diego firefighters evaluated their injuries, but both were sentenced to death on the scene,” police said.
The detective left the scene after learning that the man who reported the shooting was also a resident of the apartment where the shooting took place. Police officers later found him on State Highway 94. At that point, police detained Abravan.
“Abravan’s five-year-old daughter was with him when he was arrested, but was not present at the time of the shooting. She is now with her family,” police said.
According to Deputy District Attorney Taren Blast, Anna Abravan has filed for divorce. According to Blast, Ali Abravan lived in a hotel in nearby Mission Beach and made a copy of the couple’s apartment key.
Ali Abulaban allegedly sneaked into and destroyed the apartment Thursday morning. He also allegedly installed a listening app on his daughter’s iPad, Brast added.
According to Brest, Ali Abravan returned to his apartment later that afternoon after hearing his wife with another man. According to Blast, Abravan shot and killed both his wife and his companions before calling on his mother to confess the crime.
Abulaban is currently held without bail.
according to Associated PressThe prosecutor said Abulaban is a well-known TikTok content creator who uses the handle “Jinn Kid”. Abulaban is a social media platform with over 940,000 followers.
Abulaban’s TikTok account includes him impersonating Tony Montana, the protagonist of the movie “Scarface.”
This story was originally published by Zac Self and Jonathan Horn at Scripps Station. KGTV In San Diego.