Man Arrested, Charged with Killing ATL Woman He Pushed Out of Lamborghini

Earlier this month on October 11, a witness called 911 to report that a woman was

thrown from a moving Lamborghini in Atlanta during an argument. The witness said

the woman was still alive and covered in blood after being thrown from the vehicle,

but she later died from her injuries after being transported to a local hospital.

Family and friends identified the victim as 28-year-old Catherine Khan of Snellville.

Now, it has been revealed that Alfred Megbuluba, 31, was arrested in connection with

Khan’s death. Police allege that Megbuluba stole Khan’s wallet and pushed her from

his vehicle, which led to her death. Following the incident, Khan’s debit card was used

at a nearby Chevron.

Megbuluba has been charged with felony murder, theft by taking, financial

transaction card theft, and financial transaction card fraud.

In a news release on Monday (October 18), the Atlanta Police Department declared,

“This case is now considered closed by arrest.”

Attorney Steve Sadow, who is representing Megbuluba, addressed the charges,

stating, “Mr. Megbuluba is not guilty of the charges lodged against him. The death of

Ms. Khan was a tragic accident. We expect the evidence at trial to show she may have

been intoxicated, she jumped or fell out of the vehicle on her own accord, and her

debit card was not unlawfully taken or used.”

Megbuluba appeared in court on Tuesday, where he pleaded not guilty and was denied

bond.

Source: People

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