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Influencer jailed for murder still active on TikTok and Instgram despite killing two men | #childpredator | #onlinepredator | #sextrafficing

TikTok and Instagram accounts belonging 23-year-old influencer remain online despite her being sentenced to more than 30 years in prison for murder over her role in a high-speed car chase

Mahek Bukhari was jailed for life(Instagram )

A TikTok influencer jailed for double murder still has an active account on her social media platforms.

Mahek Bukhari, 23, and her mum Ansreen were found guilty of murder by a jury for the murders of Saqib Hussain and Mohammed Hashim Ijazuddin, who died in a high-speed car chase in February 2022.

The pair were ambushed and rammed him off the road at 100mph after Saqib threatened to expose his and Ansreen’s three-year affair with a sex tape. Mahek, from Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, had over 120,000 followers on her TikTok and thousands more on her Instagram account, where she posted photos of herself in different outfits. Both appeared to be still online this weekend, despite her conviction.

Mahek with her mum Ansreen Bukhari(TikTok)

One of the last videos posted on her TikTok from 2022 features a tribute to her mother. It begins with her gesturing to the camera before transitioning to a picture of them together, as on-screen text reads “to the woman who birthed me, I appreciate you so much.” In another clip – posted a month before the car chase – Mahek lip-syncs to a piece of dialogue in which a person says: “Babe I killed someone today.”

During the trial, the jury heard how victims Hashim and Saqib, both 21, had travelled from Banbury in Oxfordshire to Leicester to meet Mahek, 23, and Ansreen, 47, where they hoped to receive £3,000 in blackmail cash after Saqib threatened to post nude images and sexual videos of Ansreen – who he’d been having a three-year affair with – online.

But instead, Mahek and her mother hatched a plan to ambush them, with Mahek and her two friends pursuing the two men up the A46. Defendant Raees Jamal, 22, behind the wheel of a Seat Leon, rammed into the men’s Skoda Fabia, sending them crashing into the central reservation. The vehicle ‘split in two’ before bursting into flames, killing the two men inside.

Within about eight hours of the crash, Mahek and her mother, Ansreen, were arrested at their home in Staffordshire and later taken to be interviewed by detectives in Leicester. Mahek initially tried to make police believe the victim wanted to kill himself, and told them Saqib Hussain was ‘psychotic’, ‘self-harmed’ and ‘would do anything’.

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