Teen asks fake Facebook stranger to kill family
Woman poses as boy to talk to niece, who asks 'boy' to kill her
A teenager is behind bars after police say she asked a fictional stranger to murder her family.
According to AL.com, Marissa Williams, 19, was living with her aunt in Fosters, Alabama, but the two had a strained relationship due to Williams' social media habits. Her aunt forbade Williams from inviting men she met on social media to the house to party. So Williams blocked her aunt from viewing her Facebook page. So her aunt created a Facebook profile for a fictional man that she named Tre "Topdog" Ellis so that she could friend Williams and chat with her, monitoring her behavior.
According to court documents, Williams began unknowingly talking to her aunt, posing as Ellis and gave the fictional boy her phone number and home address and asked him to come over, get drunk and have sex with her.
That was not the shocking part.
Williams then allegedly told "Ellis" that she disliked her family and asked him to come kidnap her and take her away from Alabama. According to the deposition, Williams told the man to kill her aunt, her aunt's fiancé, her cousin and the family dog.
After that communication took place, Williams' aunt called the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office.
Williams was arrested and charged with solicitation of murder.
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