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Woman discovers niece is plotting her murder through Facebook

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Courtesy: Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – A 19-year-old girl is facing charges after she allegedly asked a boy online to shoot and kill her aunt and her aunt’s family.

According to, Marissa Williams was living with her aunt but their relationship was strained.

Williams’ aunt became upset when the teen invited strangers over to the house, who she met on sites like Facebook.

When asked to stop inviting men over to the house, the girl blocked her aunt on Facebook.

That’s when Williams’ aunt created a fake Facebook profile of a man so she could get an idea of what her niece was up to online.

Police say Williams then allegedly invited the man over and offered to sleep with him before the conversation took a turn.

She then allegedly asked him to kidnap her family, including her aunt and cousin, and kill them.

Williams was arrested for solicitation of murder.

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