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Why Was JinnKid Arrested? TikToker Accused of Killing Wife And Her “Companion”

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On October 21, 2021, at about 3:00 p.m., a 911 call was purportedly received regarding an alleged gunshot. On arrival, the cops discovered Ana and Rayburn dead in the living room with gunshot wounds in the house of JinnKid.

What happened to JinnKid?

Everything you need to know about the alleged shooter is right here.

Ali Naseer Abulaban, who goes by the handle JinnKid on TikTok, has been detained for shooting his wife.
At the spire san Diego premium apartment complex on Thursday. Moreover, he is accused of killing his wife and another man, Rayburn Cardenas Barron, who was with her.

JinnKid with wife

The victims were discovered dead in the living room of an apartment on the 35th floor of the condominium on Island Avenue after authorities were notified at 3:10 p.m. that day.

Ali Naseer Abulaban was then charged with both killings. Moreover, charges of murder with a firearm and a special circumstance murder charge. He could be sentenced to death if he is found guilty and the prosecutor chooses to pursue capital punishment.


Who is JinnKid, the TikToker?

Ali is a comedian and celebrity mimic who goes by the name JinnKid on TikTok. He is a well-known figure on TikTok, with over 940,000 followers and over 12 million likes on his videos.

Furthermore, his TikToks have gone viral, featuring impersonations of superstars such as Tony Montana, 6ix9ine, and Skyrim.

Ali’s comedy skits have been viewed by hundreds of thousands of people.

Meanwhile, he has over 170,000 subscribers on his YouTube account. Furthermore, he recently uploaded a video in which he imitates Al Pacino, Nicolas Cage, and Tony Montana from the film The Scarface.

Why was Ali Abulaban Arrested?

According to NBC 7, Ali was booked into the San Diego Central Jail last week on charges of murdering his wife and her companion. The incident occurred on the 35th floor of the Spire San Diego luxury apartment building on Island Avenue in the East Village, according to reports.

Ali believed his wife Ana was “cheating on him,” according to Deputy District Attorney Taren Brast.
His late wife was believed to be “leaving the marriage” and had requested Ali to leave their residence on October 18.

According to reports, the TikToker pursued Ana and even placed an app on their daughter’s iPad that allowed him to observe their apartment’s activities. Ali, according to Brast, fired a shot.

Tik toker has been charged with “DOMESTIC VIOLENCE” also as Ali was allegedly involved in a past episode of domestic violence, according to reports. He allegedly pushed Ana, causing a minor injury, and his daughter is said to have witnessed the incident.

Ali is said to have pleaded “not guilty” to “two charges of murder. Moreover, special-circumstance claims of additional homicides,” according to the newest reports.

Ali’s bail has allegedly been denied, and his next hearing is scheduled for October 28.


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