Alfred Megbuluba Wiki – Alfred Megbuluba Biography

An Atlanta man who used to drive one of the most expensive cars in the world is now heading to prison for a decade for the death of a woman. In October 2021, 33-year-old Alfred Megbuluba pushed 28-year-old Catherine Khan out of her Lamborghini Huracan as the car jumped at the intersection of Peachtree Road and Piedmont Road. Multiple witnesses saw the young woman fall. Later, she was hit by another car after falling to the ground.

A woman who asked not to be named described the horrifying night in comments to Atlanta-based ABC affiliate WSB-TV: “I just put her down. My boyfriend and I were waving to the cars so they wouldn’t hit the people who were trying to resuscitate her.”

Khan was rushed to a nearby hospital, but later succumbed to her injuries. Megbuluba turned himself in to the Fulton County Jail a week after her death. He was charged with felony murder, burglary and theft of financial transaction cards at the time. An indictment was filed in January 2022 on those same charges.


Alfred Megbuluba Age

the age of Alfred Megbuluba is  33 year.

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Alfred Megbuluba convicted of murder

A video was released after the death of the victim of a woman arguing with the driver of the Lamborghini. Police identified the man as Megbuluba and friends identified the woman as Khan. In the footage, she can be heard yelling, “Call the police, call the police! I just got robbed… there are cameras in there… my ID, my card, everything.”

The video was reportedly filmed outside the Buckhead restaurant where the beloved mixologist worked, friends told WSB-TV. Friends of hers added that Khan’s wallet was a family heirloom.


“Grief exists where love first lived,” a family member said at a memorial service, according to local Fox affiliate WAGA. “My fondest memory of her is when she and my sister came to visit my family on last year. She cooked for us, we went to the pier and the beach, and had a great time with this dear soul.”

A private Facebook group dedicated to eulogizing Khan’s life currently has more than 900 members who remember her fondly. “She had the kindest heart in the most generous soul you would ever meet,” reads a GoFundMe for the deceased woman’s funeral expenses. She “she would take the clothes off her back to make sure you were warm enough before even considering how it would affect her. Catherine was a beautiful and charismatic young woman. She stood up for what she believed in and she did it without shame.

According to 911 calls obtained by local NBC affiliate WXIA, witnesses described seeing Khan being “thrown out of the car,” which was described as a gray Lamborghini, after some sort of fight. “He was a gray Lambo,” said a caller to 911 dispatchers. “There was an altercation at the Red Taqueria. I got out and saw her in the front seat of the Lambo. The Lambo went right by me and then she was thrown out of the car onto the roof.”


That caller went on to say the driver “drove off” after the woman was ejected from the high-priced luxury vehicle. Later, prosecutors alleged, Megbuluba used Khan’s stolen credit cards to buy an energy drink, tobacco products and chewing gum, while she was still fighting for his life. In August, the defendant rejected a plea deal that would have sent him to prison for a maximum of 15 years with a 20-year sentence, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

In an email recently sent to McClatchy News Service, defense attorney Steve Sadow said his client accepted a 15-year sentence after pleading guilty to one count of voluntary manslaughter, with five of those years suspended by a judge. ; which means he will serve a maximum of 10 years behind bars, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported. “Cat was so strong-willed,” recalled one of Khan’s friends at his memorial in October 2021. “She was very fond of everyone. She is still with us. We can feel it.Read More………

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