Sabina Nessa’s grieving sister rages at ‘sickos’ pretending to be her family on social media

TWISTED ghouls have set up a fake Instagram account pretending to be murdered teacher Sabina Nessa. 

The primary school teacher, 28, was killed while walking through Cator Park in Kidbrooke, South East London, on Friday night.

It is thought that Sabina had been heading to meet an old friend for a first date when she was attacked by a “stranger”.

Her death has seen an outpouring of support for her family and friends, with dozens of floral tributes placed at the crime scene.

But her family have been left even more devastated after cruel trolls created a fake account for their dead loved one. 

Her heartbroken sister has slammed the creators of the account, urging anyone who comes across it to report it. 

She posted a screenshot online, and wrote: “This is some sicko making a fake account saying that it’s ‘run by family’, pls report guys.”

Her sister also paid tribute to “brilliant” Sabina, writing:  “My beautiful, talented and caring sister. 

“My inspiration to always put myself first and never let anybody put me down.

“Never in my life did I or my sisters or my mum or dad think this could happen to us.

“May Allah grant her Jannah. Ameen.”

Detectives last night arrested a 38-year-old man on suspicion of the young woman's murder.

They have also released CCTV footage of a second man that they say could be “vital” to their investigation, and a car he had access to. 

He was recorded walking in Pegler Square, Kidbrooke, on the evening that tragic Sabina was attacked.

It has been reported that other footage obtained by officers show the moment Sabina was attacked as she left her home.

A police source told the Daily Telegraph that Sabina was then carried away over the attacker's shoulder towards Cator Park.


Sabina had been planning to meet an old friend for a date at The Depot pub,around five minutes from her home.

But she never arrived, and her body lay undiscovered 200 yards from her home for almost 24 hours.

According to a friend, she was “excited” for the date with a man that she had known for some time before romance blossomed.

It comes as Sabina’s flatmate has said she is too terrified to leave the house, and that she had been texting her pal in the hours after her death.

This afternoon Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Louisa Rolfe has urged anyone who may know the man in the CCTV footage  to come forward. 

Speaking outside New Scotland Yard HQshe said: "Anybody out there who may know who he is, or if you've seen that footage, and you have any information, no matter how small, please do get in touch.

"This is an incredibly shocking and tragic incident. We're working incredibly hard to secure justice for Sabina's family who are at the forefront of our mind at the moment."

Violence against women and girls is a priority for police across the UK

She went on to explain that they are continuing to keep an “open mind” into the motives behind the murder, and that they cannot confirm a cause of death. 

When questioned about reports regarding that she was attacked outside of her home before being carried into the park Ms Rolfe said they were unable to confirm that.

Ms Rolfe added: "It's really important to us that we don't ask women to change their behaviour. 

“Violence against women and girls is a priority for police across the UK, but we're really conscious that women should be free to go about their lives without fear of abuse.

"But also if you know anything about this case, no matter how small, for Sabina's family, please do come forward."

A vigil is set to take place at Peglar Square this evening to remember Sabina, with pupils and staff members from Rushey Green Primary School hoping to attend. 

Anyone with information is urged to call police on 0208 721 4266 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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