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Her ex-husband kills her after she blogs about divorce on TikTok.

A 29-year-old lady was reportedly slain by her ex-husband in a murder-suicide on Monday in Chicago.

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Pakistani-American photographer Sania Khan was shot and killed by her ex-husband, Raheel Ahmed, 36, who traveled from Alpharetta, Georgia, to Chicago.

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Chicago police informed News that they discovered a woman and man with gunshot wounds to their heads inside a home on Monday afternoon.

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Police retrieved a weapon from the site where a lady was declared dead, and a man was pronounced dead at Northwestern Hospital.

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"Victims were Sania Khan and Raheel Ahmed."

The Cook County Coroner's office identified the victims as Sania Khan and Raheel Ahmed.

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Khan's death was declared a murder, while Ahmed's was a suicide.

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Alpharetta law enforcement requested that their counterparts in Chicago do a welfare check on Ahmed at Khan's East Ohio residence.

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Ahmed's family informed police he might be at Khan's Chicago home after they reported him missing, an Alpharetta police official told ABC News.

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After being married for more than a year, Khan reportedly filed for divorce, as stated by the tweets she made on TikTok.

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Khan, from Chattanooga, Tennessee, spoke on TikTok about her marriage troubles, divorce, and new life.

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She advised women to "stop disregarding those warning signs" and recounted her family's and others in the South Asian community's opposition to her divorce.

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18-34-year-old women have the most relationship violence.

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Violence hotline. 77% of 18-24-year-old women and 76% of 25-34-year-old women had been victimized by the same perpetrator.

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The Illinois Domestic Violence Hotline received 32,363 calls in 2021, a 9 percent increase from 2020, consistent with a statewide uptick.

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The Chicago Police Department documented 121 domestic violence-related shootings in 2021, up 64% from 2020.

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