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TikTok Star Murders Wife and Friend After Sneaking Audio Software on Daughter's iPad

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He picked up their daughter from school with the loaded gun in the car.

29 year old Ali Abulaban from San Diego, who goes by @Jinnkid on the TikTok, is indicted for the shooting and killing of his recently separated wife Ana Abulaban, 28 years old, and Rayburn Cadenas Barron, also 29 years of age. Ali has over 1 million followers on the social app.

According to prosecutors, Abulaban maintains the belief he had caught his wife in deception after placing a hidden audio tool on their daughter's iPad device. Detectives declared at 3 PM on Thursday, he broke into Ana's apartment home on the 35th floor of the Spire San Diego high-rise in East Village and shot and killed both Ana and Barron.

During Monday's arraignment, the San Diego Superior Court discovered that Ali had a past of domestic violence cases; his wife had previously arranged a restraining order against him and was preparing to seek a divorce attorney. She begged him to move out of their shared apartment on October 18; he reportedly checked into a hotel. Unbeknownst to her, Ali had quietly kept a spare key to the home. Prosecutors stated three days later he crept back into the apartment, vandalized the property, and surreptitiously downloaded an audio app on their five-year-old's tablet which he noticeably left charging.

Deputy District Attorney Taren Brast reported hours later, Ali was allegedly listening via the app when he assumed he heard a male voice, talking and giggling with Ana. Security cameras prove he barged into the apartment complex and used the elevator to get to the 35th floor. After running into the apartment and Ali opened fire, Brast stated.

Barron was shot three times in close range, striking him in the neck, cheek, and back of the head. He then directed the gun towards his wife and shot her point-blank in the forehead.

"The defendant fled the apartment," Brast said, per ABC4. "Neighbors had heard the gunshots, witnessed the defendant leaving the apartment. Then he made a phone call to his mother admitting that he shot and killed his wife."

After murdering the two victims Ali then went to his daughter's school and picked her up with the loaded murder weapon in his vehicle.

"Told his daughter that he 'hurt mommy' and then he was soon apprehended by the police," Brast said.

Authorities stated they took a call from the suspect at approximately 3:10 PM as he drove on Route 94. He was hindered and arrested 45 minutes later, while his daughter sat in the vehicle, unharmed.

Brast stated Abulaban admitted to assassinating the victims and accused his wife of deception; however, Brast maintains Barron was merely a companion.

After pleading not guilty to the charges raised against him, Judge Kimberlee Lagotta commanded Abulaban to be jailed without bail, declaring him a flight risk and a possible danger to society. She additionally assigned a protective order restraining Ali from communicating with his daughter, who is residing with a relative. If condemned, Abulaban faces life in prison without parole, not forgetting that the DA could opt for the death penalty instead.

Abulaban is well known for his comedy skits and impressions of Scarface's Tony Montoya. His last post was shared on the day of the crimes.

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