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Woman stabbed her sister in the heart for flirting with her boyfriend

 

Woman, 21, stabbed sister in HEART for ‘flirting with boyfriend’ in video game Valorant: suspect waited 15 HOURS to call 911

  • Fatiha Marzan, 21, confessed to police that she stabbed her sister Sayma, 20, three to four times in the heart after their family went to sleep
  • Fatiha learned that Samma had been flirting with her long-distance boyfriend for five years and later bought a set of knives in preparation for her murder
  • Fatiha stabbed her sister at 4:30 AM but waited until 7:30 PM to call the police
  • She is currently being held without bond in Orlando and charged with first degree murder

An Orlando woman has confessed to stabbing her younger sister in the heart multiple times after learning she was flirting with her boyfriend via a video game, police said.

Fatiha Marzan, 21, says she stabbed her sister Sayma, 20, three to four times in the heart at 4:30 a.m. on Sept. 26, but called police around 7:30 p.m. – 15 hours later – to report her crime.

Sayma played the video game “Valorant” with her sister’s boyfriend and often texted him through the game’s chat, an Orlando Sentinel report says.

Witnesses as well as Fatiha said that the older sister was not comfortable with Sayma’s relationship with Fatiha’s long-distance boyfriend.

After learning that her boyfriend had told Samma he loved her, Fatiha bought a “dagger-style” knife from Amazon.

She hid the knives in a cupboard and waited for the Marzan family to fall asleep before stabbing Sayma in the bedroom they shared.

Flirting with her boyfriend

Fatiha Marzan, 21, was arrested and charged with stabbing her 20-year-old sister, Sayma, after learning that Sayma had been flirting with Faitha’s long-distance boyfriend

Sayma played the video game 'Valorant' with the boyfriend and was later told by him that he loved her

Sayma played the video game ‘Valorant’ with the boyfriend and was later told by him that he loved her

Witnesses as well as Fatiha said that the older sister was not comfortable with Sayma's relationship with Fatiha's long-distance boyfriend. After learning that her boyfriend had told Samma he loved her, Fatiha bought a 'dagger-style' knife from Amazon

Witnesses as well as Fatiha said that the older sister was not comfortable with Sayma’s relationship with Fatiha’s long-distance boyfriend. After learning that her boyfriend had told Samma he loved her, Fatiha bought a ‘dagger-style’ knife from Amazon

“Fatiha knew she had to wait until her family was asleep to stab Sayma because she didn’t want anyone to hear about the incident,” the affidavit said.

“Fatiha made a conscious decision to kill her sister Sayma, and she was in her head at the time of the murder.”

Because the sisters shared a bedroom and a bed, Fatiha could be seen talking to her boyfriend, who has not been named, she told police.

Fatiha confronted the couple and told them that she did not like the way Sayama spoke to her friend. However, after multiple confrontations over the matter, Fatiha says she suspected her sister disrespected her.

She waited until 4:30 a.m. to put her younger sister to sleep. Samma woke up during the attack and said, “What the f**k?” and help.’

Fatiha said her sister “moved too much.”

Hours after she killed Sayma, she said she started considering taking her own life, but was talked out of her mind by another sibling.

The two sisters reportedly shared a room and bed together at the family home on Orlando’s Southern Charm Drive.

The Orange County Fire Department pronounced Samma dead 20 minutes after arriving at the scene.

Fatiha is currently being held without bond in the Orange County Jail and charged with first degree murder.

Fatiha learned about the couple's relationship and bought a dagger-style knife from Amazon, which she promptly hid in a closet for weeks.

Fatiha learned about the couple’s relationship and bought a dagger-style knife from Amazon, which she promptly hid in a closet for weeks.

 

 

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