Teen charged after allegedly asking undercover aunt to kill her family

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, Last Updated: 10:42 AM ET

A 19-year-old Tuscaloosa, Ala., woman has been charged with solicitation of murder after she allegedly asked what she thought was a random stranger on Facebook to kill her aunt.

In court documents, police allege Marissa Williams didn't know the person she asked was actually her aunt, pretending to be a man named Tre Topdog Ellis, AL.com reports.

Williams' aunt told police her niece was living with her, but they fought because Williams would invite random strangers over to her house after meeting them on Facebook. The aunt made up a fake account to get insight into what her niece was saying and doing online.

A few days after first connecting online, Williams allegedly asked Tre Topdog Ellis to come get her and shoot and kill her aunt if she tried to stop him, the court documents say. She allegedly told him how to get into the house and then asked him to also shoot her aunt's fiance, cousin and the family dog.


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