19-year-old woman jailed after asking fake Facebook profile to kill her entire familyBy Mason White 12:50 PM June 12, 2014
By: Aarav Sen
(Scroll down for video) A teen was jailed after asking a fake Facebook profile to kill her entire family, police in Alabama said.
Tuscaloosa County Police said that the 19-year-old woman, who lived with her aunt, plotted to kill her entire family.
Marissa Williams began fighting with her aunt of Fosters, because she invited strangers she found on Facebook to the home she shared with her aunt. When her aunt asked Williams to stop inviting men she met online to her house, the 19-year-old blocked her aunt from her Facebook account.
The aunt of Williams decided to create a Facebook profile for a fictional man she named Tre “Topdog” Ellis, in order to gain access to her niece’s Facebook account. Williams began interacting with her aunt, who was posing as Ellis.
Williams asked Ellis to come over to her home and get drunk with her. She also offered him sex in exchange for paying her cellphone bill.
Days later, Williams asked Ellis to come and kidnap her. Williams told Ellis to kill his aunt if she tried to stop him.
In another conversation, she told Ellis to sneak into her aunt’s bedroom and kill her fiance. On the way out of the house, Williams instructed Ellis to kill her cousin and dog.
The aunt began fearing for her life and called the police, who arrested Williams. She was charged with solicitation of murder.