In July, a 29-year-old woman's estranged husband traveled from Georgia to her apartment building in Chicago to kill her and himself in a murder-suicide after she posted about their failed marriage on social media.
Now, Shazia Khan, mother of deceased TikTok star, Sania Khan, is accusing her daughter's building of facilitating the murder-suicide in a wrongful death lawsuit filed earlier this week. "Sania Khan’s story is a tragic one that should have been prevented.The defendants had known for more than [seven] months that Sania’s estranged husband posed a significant threat to her life," Chicago attorney Mike Gallagher, who is handling the case, told Fox News Digital in a statement. "And despite this knowledge, the defendants allowed him to walk right past security before escorting him into the secured portion of the building, without even asking to see his identification." Gallagher added that had building management personnel follows their own policies, they would have discovered that Sania's estranged husband, Raheel Ahmad, "was on a ‘no-entry’ list for the building." They also would have stopped him from entering and walking through the building without showing his ID, he said.
An incident report from the Chicago Police Department (CPD) states that police responded to the 200 block of East Ohio Street in Chicago on July 18 around 4:30 p.m., when they located Ahmad, 36, and Sania, his estranged Pakistani-American wife, both deceased with gunshot wounds to the head.
Chicago police located Raheel Ahmad, 36, and his Pakistani-American ex-wife, Sania Khan, both deceased with gunshot wounds to the head on July 18. (TikTok) Police in Alpharetta, Georgia, where Ahmad lived at the time of their deaths, asked the CPD to.Read more on foxnews.com