Mahek Bukhari is a TikTok star, an influencer, and fashion blogger who has attracted quite some fame through her social media accounts, with about 120,000 fans on TikTok and a following of 44k on Instagram.
She has also built a fan following on her Youtube where she makes vlogs about traveling and shares make-up tips and tutorials; she has earned several sponsorships ever since then.
Bukhari seems to have a strong bond with her mother who works as a managing director at a security firm named City Security Plus. Mahek shared a video on TikTok last September, talking about how she has an “elite relationship” with Ansreen Bukhari, her mother.
Mahek Bukhari And Mother’s Murder Case
22-year-old TikTok star Mahek Bukhari and her 45-year-old mother have been arrested on murder charges after they allegedly chased down and ran two men off the road, resulting in a fatal crash.
According to media reports, Bukhari, her mother Ansreen Bukhari, and 21-year-old Natasha Akhtar were arrested in connection with the deaths of 21-year-olds Saqib Hussain and Mohammed Hashim Ijazuddin. The incident happened just outside of the A46’s Six Hills junction in Leicestershire during the early hours of Feb. 11, 2022, and the three women were allegedly responsible for running their car off the road. Hussain and Ijazuddin, who are cousins, were pronounced dead at the scene of the crash.
The victims, Mohammed Hashim Ijazuddin or Hashim and Saquib Hussain were driving on the A46 in Leicestershire, in a silver Skoda Fabia on a Friday around 1:30 am. Apart from their car, there were two other cars present as well, a grey Audi TT and a blue Seat Leon, and all three of them had been speeding, when the victims’ car allegedly split into two halves after they were run off the road.
Apparently, Mahek and her mother had been chasing the two cousins before the car crash took place.
Sources reported to the court that one of the victims had placed a call to 999 but the line got disconnected after a loud scream echoed in the background. And unfortunately, the victims were pronounced dead at the site of the accident. Since that, the three women responsible for the crash have appeared at the Leicester Crown Court.