First, he murdered two homeless men in their sleep without blinking, then strangled his wardmate to death. The punishment for the schizophrenic patient who said “Kylie Jenner told me to do this” for the murders he committed has been determined.
Kylie Jenner, who has surpassed even her half-sister Kim Kardashian with her fame, is one of the most talked about women in the world with her poses shaking social media, outfits bearing the signature of famous designers, ultra-luxurious lifestyle and wealth exceeding 900 million dollars and the number of followers exceeding 365 million.
The youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner siblings, 25-year-old Kylie, is on the agenda today in a completely different way: With a serial killer’s obsession with her and the horrific murders she has committed…
A schizophrenic murderer obsessed with Kylie Jenner has committed murders she claims were with the young star and ‘telled her to do it’. The 31-year-old stabbed to death two sleeping homeless men and strangled his cellmate as well. California resident Marvin Magallanes claimed Kylie told him they were ‘trying to steal his life’. He claimed that in order to prevent this, he had to end the life of another person.
Magallanes stabbed to death Onosai Tavita, 52, and Sabah Alsaad, 49, and strangled Danny Pham, 27.
Tavita was stabbed to death while sleeping behind a restaurant at 990 S. Euclid Street at around 2 am in October 2016. Alsaad, on the other hand, was murdered by the obsessive killer while sleeping on a bus bench at 1200 S.Magnolia St. at around 2:15 am on January 27, 2017.
Magallanes told police that he saw Alsaad asleep as he drove home. He then took a kitchen knife from his house and then returned to attack the victim. Magallanes admitted to killing Alsaad when he entered the Anaheim Police Department in May 2017.
At the time, detectives linked the murder to Tavita’s death via DNA. Weeks after his arrest, Magallanes strangled his cellmate, Pham, who was about to get out of jail. The brutal murder was caught on security cameras as Pham tried to press the panic button.
For the horrific crimes he committed, Magallanes was found guilty of two counts of first-degree murder and one second-degree murder last month. He was sentenced to life imprisonment with no possibility of parole for the murder of two homeless people and 15 years to life for the murder of Pham.
Magallanes was convicted by Orange County Supreme Court Judge Kimberly Menninger. Magallanes had pleaded not guilty to insanity. However, the prosecution argued that Magallanes was aware of his actions and knew it was wrong when he killed the men. Judge Menninger dismissed the petitions filed by Michael Hill, the defendant’s attorney, for a new trial.
Menninger said all three of those killed were ‘randomly attacked for no apparent reason’.