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.”