Too Much Information? Woman Gives Divorce Details on TikTok; Ex-Husband Kills Her (video)


A 29-year-old woman named Sania Khan, a photographer in Chicago, felt it was OK to share everything on the social media platform TikTok, even the personal details of her life. She was now divorced and ready to start her life over.

She detailed everything about her divorce from her ex-husband, including how his family treated her. She posted … thousands listened, including her ex-husband and his family.

She talked about her separation and divorce from her ex-husband Raheel Ahmed. She was planning to move back to her hometown of Chatanooga, TN, from Chicago after the divorce was finalized.

This and more were detailed on her TikTok page to thousands of followers. Often, social media can be a place where people post the most intimate details about their lives. There is no indication if her ex-husband asked her to remove the posts or if he had a problem with his information being disclosed.

Turns out, her ex-husband, who had been living in Atlanta, decided to take a trip to Chicago before she went back to Chatanooga to confront her. Once he found her, he killed her. Then he killed himself in a murder-suicide.


Some news outlets ask if his killing her had anything to do with her giving intimate details about her divorce from him on TikTok.

One of Khan’s posts said, “Going through a divorce as a South Asian woman feels like you failed at life. Sometimes the way the community labels you, the lack of emotional support you receive, and the pressure to stay with someone because what will people say? It is isolating.”

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  1. Really!?!? YOU are blaming her death on the fact she spoke up about her divorce!?!? This is the kind of BS that makes people terrified to out their abusers. Not only is there a fear you will be murdered, but you Will be treated, ostracized, and declared on the news, like it’s YOUR FAULT SOMEONE ABUSED OR KILLED YOU. Article like this keep people in abusive situations. YOU are part of the reason people don’t seek help. There is blood on the hands of everyone who wrote and approved of this article. Do better. Your whole staff needs to educate themselves. This is disgusting and you need to do better.

    • Of course, her husband is guilty of killing her, still, EVERYTHING does not belong on social media especially when it pertains to other people. Divorce is heavy and can take a toll on the mental health of those involved and their families.


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