Police say homicide suspect took victim to hospital in Uber

This undated photo provided by the Montgomery County (Pa.) District Attorney's Office shows Nicholas Forman. Forman accused of beating his girlfriend to death and calling an Uber to take her to a hospital was charged with murder, according to police records. Police said Nicholas Forman buckled 22-year-old Sabrina Harooni's injured body into an Uber on Monday, Feb. 3, 2020 and had the driver take them to a hospital. Forman, 23, of Collegeville, was arrested Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020 and charged with first- and third-degree murder. (Montgomery County (Pa.) District Attorney's Office via AP)

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A man accused of beating his girlfriend to death and calling an Uber to take her to a hospital was charged with murder, according to police records.

Police said Nicholas Forman buckled 22-year-old Sabrina Harooni’s injured body into an Uber on Monday and had the driver take them to a hospital.

Harooni, of Gilbertsville, was pronounced dead at the hospital from injuries to her face, head and neck.

Forman, 23, of Collegeville, was arrested Thursday afternoon and charged with first- and third-degree murder.

Forman has denied the charges and said Harooni had been attacked by a group of women.

The affadavit details another account from an Uber driver who drove the couple home and told police that the couple got into a heated dispute regarding text messages from Harooni’s ex-boyfriend.

Police found a video on Forman’s cell phone including an audio and video recording shortly before midnight Sunday that appeared to show Harooni unresponsive and lying on her back. Steele said a man’s voice can be heard saying, “This is what a cheating liar gets.”

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