TIKTOKER Jinnkid is behind bars after being accused of murdering his wife Ana Abulaban and another man.
Jinnkid, whose real name is Ali Nasser Abulaban, grew a massive following for his comedy videos on the platform.
Who is Jinnkids's wife Ana Abulaban?
Ana Abulaban was a content creator and social media influencer.
She was on Instagram with the username @anamacewindu with over 11,000 followers and was also active on Facebook.
The 28-year-old was married to Ali Nasser Abulaban and the pair were parents to a toddler.
It is unclear what her educational background was.
She resided in San Diego, California on Island Avenue in the East Village with her family.
What happened to Ana Abulaban?
Abulaban was slain on October 21, 2021, at the home she shared with Ali.
He allegedly shot her and her friend Rayburn Cadenas Barron, 29, of National City hours after allegedly installing a listening device on his daughter’s tablet.
The pair reportedly had a tumultuous relationship, with Abulaban asking Ali to move out of their home on October 18.
With the listening app, Ali allegedly heard Abulaban and Barron talking in the apartment and rushed to the home from a hotel he was staying at, according to prosecutors.
Ali allegedly walked in and shot Barron three times before shooting his wife in her head, later calling his mother to confess what he had done, said the prosecutors.
The TikToker then reportedly picked up his daughter from school and called the police on himself.
Back in September, Abulaban called police on Ali and accused him of pushing her and causing her injuries, according to prosecutors.
She had planned to file a restraining order, though it is unclear what the status of that was.
When was Jinnkid arrested?
Following his call to police, Ali was arrested 45 minutes later on state Route 15 near Interstate 805.
His daughter was in the vehicle when police arrived.
Judge Kimberlee Lagotta ordered Ali be held without bail.
He was also ordered to stay away from his daughter, who is now in the care of family members.
Ali pleaded not guilty to two counts of murder as well as special-circumstance allegations of multiple killings.
If convicted, the TikToker faces the death penalty or life in prison, according to The District Attorney’s Office.
Ali’s attorney did not comment on the allegations during the hearing.
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