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Alabama Teen Asks 'Topdog' to Murder Aunt, But Fake FB User Is Same Aunt

By    |   Thursday, 12 Jun 2014 03:35 PM

An Alabama teenager is in jail after allegedly asking a fictitious Tre "Topdog" Ellis on Facebook to kill her aunt — but the person behind the name was actually the same aunt.

Marissa Williams, 19, didn’t realize that the man she thought she was talking to on Facebook was actually an alias set up by her aunt, who was trying to track the girl’s online behavior, The Huntsville Times reported from court documents.

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Williams was living with her aunt, who was not identified, in Fosters, Ala., and the aunt told police the girl had invited strangers to her house after "meeting" them on Facebook, the Times said.

The aunt apparently told the girl to stop, so Williams blocked her relatives from her account so they couldn’t see her activity.

The aunt then set up a fake account as "Topdog," the Times said.

Court documents indicated that Williams invited the fake Ellis over to her house to get drunk with her and said she’d have sex with him if, in return, he would pay her cell phone bill, the Times said. Then in a later discussion, Williams apparently said she wanted to get away from her family and asked him to kidnap her, telling him to shoot and kill her aunt if she got in the way.

The online plans escalated over time, and Williams allegedly told Ellis to shoot and kill her aunt and her aunt’s fiance, the Times said.

When the aunt saw those posts, she reported the information to the police.

Williams confessed to the plot, but said in court documents that she didn’t intend for anyone to get killed.

“Potentially they were in a lot of danger if in fact she had communicated with a real person and someone had accepted to do this,” Lt. Gary Hood, Tuscaloosa County Criminal Investigations Division, told WSMV.

Williams is being held on $30,000 bond for solicitation of murder.

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