TikTok Creator JinnKid Allegedly Shot Wife And Friend In A Jealous Rage After Being Kicked Out Ali Nassar Abulaban, the man behind the social media handle, JinnKid is facing murder charges after allegedly killing his wife and her friend. Ali Nassar Abulaban, the man behind the social media handle, JinnKid is facing murder charges after allegedly killing his wife and her friend. A TikTok creator allegedly shot dead his wife and her friend in a domestic rage after becoming suspicious she was cheating on him. Ali Nassar Abulaban, who has just shy of one million followers on TikTok, has been accused of the fatal shootings in a San Diego apartment, in the US state of California, NBC San Diego reported. He was arrested on murder charges following the death of his wife Ana Abulaban, 29, and her friend Rayburn Barron, 28, on Thursday last week (local time). According to Deputy District Attorney Taran Brast, 29-year-old Mr Abulaban had been asked to leave the apartment by his wife on October 18, after she indicated her desire to leave the marriage. Ali Nassar Abulaban (right) allegedly shot his wife Ana Abulaban (left) and her friend dead. Picture: TikTok Prosecutors told court on Monday that Mr Abulaban began stalking his wife in the days afterwards, before vandalising the home Thursday morning and installing an app on his daughter’s iPad so he could monitor them. Mr Brast said after hearing another man’s voice in the apartment Thursday afternoon, he returned with a loaded gun and shot Mr Barron three times. He allegedly shot him in the neck, cheek, and back of the head at close range, and shot his wife once in the forehead. Mr Brast added that Mr Abulaban had picked his five-year-old daughter up from school before being taken into custody, clearing up speculation the child was home at the time of the shootings. He also told the court Mr Abulaban had confessed to the killings to police and his mum, and told his daughter he had “hurt mummy”. Ana Abulaban (left) featured in several of her husband’s videos. Picture: TikTok The court head it was not the first instance of violence in the home, with Mr Abulaban, in front of his daughter, allegedly pushing his wife in September causing an injury. No restraining order was issued at the time. Mr Brast described Mr Abulaban as a clear danger to society and a flight risk, adding that prosecutors could elevate his murder charge given he allegedly killed two people. The judge ordered Mr Abulaban, who entered a not guilty plea, to be held without bail with him due back in court for a bail review on October 28. His preliminary hearing has been set for January 5. What happened the day of the shootings Police received a call about 3pm (local time) from someone reporting the shooting, with officers discovering the bodies of Ms Abulaban and Mr Barron in the apartment. It was believed Mr Abulaban was the person who made the call, with him later found driving with his daughter in the car and taken into custody. Police said his daughter was taken into protective services. Mr Abulaban ran TikTok and YouTube social media accounts under the name JinnKid, uploading videos of himself impersonating Al Pacino, Nicolas Cage and 6ix9ine. Prosecutors said Abulaban raced to his 28-year-old wife, Ana Abulaban’s, high-rise in apartment in San Francisco after he overheard her talking with a man through a listening device he installed on his 5-year-old daughter’s tablet. When he arrived at the residence Thursday afternoon, the social media personality gunned down Ana and her friend, who has since been identified as 29-year-old Rayburn Cadenas Barron. Still armed, Abulaban picked up his child from school and then called police, who took him into custody about 45 minutes later. During his arraignment in San Diego County Superior Court on Monday, the TikToker pleaded not guilty to two counts of murder as well as special-circumstance allegations of multiple killings, according to the Union Tribune. His wife had made several appearances in his material, with hi

TikTok Creator JinnKid Allegedly Shot Wife And Friend In A Jealous Rage After Being Kicked Out

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TikTok Creator JinnKid Allegedly Shot Wife And Friend In A Jealous Rage After Being Kicked Out
TikTok Creator JinnKid Allegedly Shot Wife And Friend In A Jealous Rage After Being Kicked Out

Ali Nassar Abulaban, the man behind the social media handle, JinnKid is facing murder charges after allegedly killing his wife and her friend.

Ali Nassar Abulaban, the man behind the social media handle, JinnKid is facing murder charges after allegedly killing his wife and her friend.

A TikTok creator allegedly shot dead his wife and her friend in a domestic rage after becoming suspicious she was cheating on him.

Ali Nassar Abulaban, who has just shy of one million followers on TikTok, has been accused of the fatal shootings in a San Diego apartment, in the US state of California, NBC San Diego reported.

He was arrested on murder charges following the death of his wife Ana Abulaban, 29, and her friend Rayburn Barron, 28, on Thursday last week (local time).

According to Deputy District Attorney Taran Brast, 29-year-old Mr Abulaban had been asked to leave the apartment by his wife on October 18, after she indicated her desire to leave the marriage.

Ali Nassar Abulaban (right) allegedly shot his wife Ana Abulaban (left) and her friend dead. Picture: TikTok

Prosecutors told court on Monday that Mr Abulaban began stalking his wife in the days afterwards, before vandalising the home Thursday morning and installing an app on his daughter’s iPad so he could monitor them.

Mr Brast said after hearing another man’s voice in the apartment Thursday afternoon, he returned with a loaded gun and shot Mr Barron three times.

He allegedly shot him in the neck, cheek, and back of the head at close range, and shot his wife once in the forehead.

Mr Brast added that Mr Abulaban had picked his five-year-old daughter up from school before being taken into custody, clearing up speculation the child was home at the time of the shootings.

He also told the court Mr Abulaban had confessed to the killings to police and his mum, and told his daughter he had “hurt mummy”.

Ana Abulaban (left) featured in several of her husband’s videos. Picture: TikTok

The court head it was not the first instance of violence in the home, with Mr Abulaban, in front of his daughter, allegedly pushing his wife in September causing an injury.

No restraining order was issued at the time.

Mr Brast described Mr Abulaban as a clear danger to society and a flight risk, adding that prosecutors could elevate his murder charge given he allegedly killed two people.

The judge ordered Mr Abulaban, who entered a not guilty plea, to be held without bail with him due back in court for a bail review on October 28. His preliminary hearing has been set for January 5.

What happened the day of the shootings

Police received a call about 3pm (local time) from someone reporting the shooting, with officers discovering the bodies of Ms Abulaban and Mr Barron in the apartment.

It was believed Mr Abulaban was the person who made the call, with him later found driving with his daughter in the car and taken into custody.

Police said his daughter was taken into protective services.

Mr Abulaban ran TikTok and YouTube social media accounts under the name JinnKid, uploading videos of himself impersonating Al Pacino, Nicolas Cage and 6ix9ine.

Prosecutors said Abulaban raced to his 28-year-old wife, Ana Abulaban’s, high-rise in apartment in San Francisco after he overheard her talking with a man through a listening device he installed on his 5-year-old daughter’s tablet. When he arrived at the residence Thursday afternoon, the social media personality gunned down Ana and her friend, who has since been identified as 29-year-old Rayburn Cadenas Barron.

Still armed, Abulaban picked up his child from school and then called police, who took him into custody about 45 minutes later. During his arraignment in San Diego County Superior Court on Monday, the TikToker pleaded not guilty to two counts of murder as well as special-circumstance allegations of multiple killings, according to the Union Tribune.

His wife had made several appearances in his material, with him describing her as “the love of my life” in a TikTok video on September 19.

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