In April 2019, Swedish influencer Abe “Plateletto” Saadi, 27, was convicted. Up to 18 years in prison for the murder of his ex-girlfriend Annie Sigurdsson (29).
According to the verdict, he tried to make it look like a suicide, which he also voiced to his nearly 100,000 followers on Instagram.
Swedish influencer convicted of murder – tried to disguise it as suicide
The appeals court evaluated the case differently, and he was acquitted of the murder months later – because the court thought it had too little picture of what had happened.
However, the 27-year-old was convicted on a number of other charges – including a flagrant violation of the Firearms Act – and was sentenced to three and a half years in prison.
Saadi has now been arrested for attempted murder in Spain. It’s reports express.
Move to Spain
During his stay behind the walls in Halby prison, he would sometimes sit in solitary confinement, As a result of several serious accidents.
According to a 2019 report, officers were described as “hoarse” during one of the incidents. It is also said that he hid several times away from drugs and destroyed various things, as well as expressing his willingness to fight with the staff.
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These incidents led to him receiving 25 days in prison.
When he finally came out, he broke the terms of his probationary period by moving to Spain. This is also where the assassination attempt is said to have taken place, according to a number of Spanish media outlets, including Diario Sor.
wanted in sweden
This fall, the Swedish Prison and Probation Service required Saadi to serve another 140 days. On March 2, they asked the 27-year-old to spend time in the nearest closed institution or prison. Since then, it has become in demand in Sweden.
On May 24 of this year, the Spanish police arrested him in a hotel room in Mijas, Spain. However, it was not because of the search, but because the Spanish police believed that he was guilty of an assassination attempt in Estepona, 60 km from Mijas.
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Several Spanish media outlets wrote that Saadi is now in pretrial detention.
According to Expressen, Saadi is said to have attempted to kill a 36-year-old man in a hotel car park, by stabbing him in the neck. The 36-year-old is also said to have sustained a 20cm wound on his arm.
The motive must be debt. It is said that the victim was rushed to the hospital, where he underwent surgery.
Expressen writes that the police found a knife, and soon decided to arrest the 27-year-old.
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It is not yet known how he will respond to this accusation.
He was arrested this summer on suspicion of stabbing another man with a broken glass bottle. It must have happened during a party in Marbella.
– Everyone knows me
In the spring of 2018, Saadi’s ex-girlfriend Annie Anderson Sigurdsson was found dead in a bathtub. An autopsy report showed that she had a lethal dose of the morphine-like drug tramadol in her system.
Saadi was arrested soon after and sentenced to 18 years in prison for premeditated murder. He denied all charges against him. In the appeals court, he was acquitted of premeditated murder.
18 years imprisonment
Al Saadi was sentenced to serve time in a juvenile prison when he was 17 years old, at the time on charges of violence and violating the knife law.
With the escalation of crimes, he gained more followers on social media. Under the name “Plateletto”, he published pictures and videos of him taking drugs and dealing with weapons.
– Everyone knows who I am. Unlike my childhood when I had no friends. Everyone knows me, and he mentioned me earlier in the TV3 documentary “In the Head of the Offender”.
Today, he has about 11 thousand followers on Instagram, after deleting the original user – with almost 100,000 followers. The last post was posted on May 10.
“Organizer. Social media geek. General communicator. Bacon scholar. Proud pop culture trailblazer.”
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