Who is TikToker JinnKid?

TIKTOKER JinnKid, who is a popular creator on the app, is embroiled in an incident resulting in a fatality.

JinnKid, who's real name is Ali Abulaban, is currently detained in San Diego.

Who is TikToker JinnKid?

JinnKidd, who boasts over 940,000 followers on TikTok, creates comedy sketches on the platform.

Born May 18, 1992, Ali is 29-years-old.

As well as a mass following on TikTok, he has garnered over 250,000 Instagram followers.

He has created impressions of Scarface, John Wick, the Godfather and others on the app.

His impressions have racked up millions of views.

What has he been accused of?

Ali Abulaban was accused of allegedly shooting his wife and her companion in a high-rise apartment complex in San Diego.

The incident happened October 21 at 3pm in the afternoon.

Paramedics pronounced Ana Abulaban, 28, and Rayburn Cardenas Barron, 29, dead at the scene, reported Fox59.

“The defendant fled the apartment,” Deputy District Attorney Taren Brast said. “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.”

Police found Ali driving on the highway with his 5-year-old daughter after the incident occured.

“The defendant then fled the building, went to pick up his daughter from school, still had the loaded gun in his car,” Brast continued.

“Told his daughter that he ‘hurt mommy’ and then he was soon apprehended by the police.”

He was detained and arrested on charges of the alleged murder of his wife.

The child was not with Ali at the time of the shooting, reports say.

Ali has denied all charges against him.

During his courtroom arraignment on October 25, prosecutors said his wife had allegedly filed a restraining order against him and was seeking a divorce.

Prosecutors alleged he had an app installed in his daughter's iPad that allowed Ali to listen in on conversations in the apartment through his cell phone.

Will JinnKid go to jail?

The incident is still being investigated.

If Ali is found guilty for the alleged murder of his wife, he faces life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Anyone with information on the incident is asked to contact the department’s Homicide Unit at 619-531-2293 or anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477.

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