A 28-year-old woman died after being thrown out of a moving Lamborghini in Atlanta in October. Now, police say the driver of the vehicle has been charged with her murder.
On Oct. 10, police said 28-year-old Catherina Khan was found in the middle of a Buckhead, Georgia, intersection after being hit by a car. She later died after being taken to a local hospital, 11Alive reported.
At first, police believed Khan was either pushed out or fell from the moving car. However, officials said 911 calls from a witness said they saw Khan being “thrown out” of the Lamborghini after a fight, 11Alive stated.
The driver of the Lamborghini was 31-year-old Alfred Megbuluba, who turned himself in to the Fulton County Jail days after Khan was killed.
Court records state Megbuluba was accused of pushing Khan out of the moving car, leading to her death.
11Alive reported his attorney’s claim Khan was drunk and would not get out of the car, but Megbuluba did not push her out.
An indictment was issued, formally charging Megbuluba with Khan’s murder, as well as financial transaction card fraud and theft, officials said.
He allegedly stole Khan’s debit card and used it to buy Red Bull, tobacco products and a pack of gum at a gas station before she was pushed out of the car, 11Alive reported.
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