Alabama Teenager Tried to Have Her Family Killed by a Boy She Met Online…Doesn’t Realize It Was a Fake Account Her Aunt Made
Woah this story is INSANE! Marrisa Williams, a 19 year old girl from Tuscaloosa, AL, has been living with her aunt since April tried to get a boy she met on social media to come over to her house and murder her aunt, uncle, cousin, and even the family dog! The relationship started quickly, the first day that she talked to him online she gave him her number and invited him over to “get drunk” with her. When that didn’t get him over she offered to have sex with him, hoping that he would pay her $50 cell phone bill. Eventually, she asked him to come kidnap her from her aunt’s house and “to shoot and kill her aunt if she tried to stop him.” What Marissa Williams didn’t know was that the fictional boy she was talking to was a fake account created by the same aunt that she wanted him to kill. The reason her aunt made the fake social media profile? She wanted Marissa to stop inviting stranger she met online over to the family’s home!
“Her plans reportedly got increasingly intricate and sinister as time passed. According to the court files, she told the fictional man how to get into her aunt’s bedroom so he could kill her and the woman’s fiance first, then she asked him to shoot her cousin and the family dog on the way out. Williams allegedly planned to pack her things in his car while ‘Tre’ murdered her family.“
She was arrested by police, after her aunt got completely freaked out by the fact that her niece was trying to have her killed…seems reasonable to me. She’s been charged with the solicitation of murder, and is in jail pending a $30,000 bond. Maybe she can meet someone online in jail that’s willing to pay $30,000 to have sex with her.