Sarah Mohamed Wiki – Bio
Sarah Mohamed is a college student who urged her besotted boyfriend to murder his ex-girlfriend during a macabre plot ‘to prove himself’ was jailed today for 16 years.
Sarah Mohamed Age
She is 17 years old.
Sarah Mohamed Boyfriend
Sarah Mohamed, 17, loitered outside the victim’s home in Openshaw, Manchester for two hours while she waited for her boyfriend, Rhett Carty-Shaw, also 17, to kill the mother of his child.
Sarah Mohamed Text Messages
She sent more than 50 text messages to encourage him to carry out the brutal attack in May earlier this year including one that read: ‘Why are you taking so long? Hurry up and do it.’
Sarah had first plotted the murder after she discovered that her boyfriend was continuing his relationship with the victim, 17-year-old Imam Nasir.
Who is Victim Imam Nasir
Miss Nasir had started dating Carty-Shaw in 2013 but their romance began to fizzle out in 2018
Ms. Nasir described how Carty-Shaw had told her that he had to kill her as well as asking whether she would kill herself for him, whether he could kill her and how he should kill her.
He told her that he was being pressured to kill her and that people would harm his family if he did not go through with it.
Miss Nasir recalled how at one stage he had asked her to give the appearance of strangulation so that he could take a photograph and send it as fake evidence of her death.
Miss Nasir tried to call 999 as well as one of her friend’s but he prevented her from doing so.
She instructed him to leave and tried to push him down the stairs and out of the house into the garden which is when Carty-Shaw unleashed extreme violence.
Miss Nasir, who is said to have been lucky not to have been killed in the attack, was taken to hospital where she was treated for serious injuries.
Fast Facts You Need to Know
- Sarah Mohamed waited outside the victim’s home in Openshaw, Manchester
- She sent 50 text messages instructing her boyfriend, Rhett Carty-Shaw, to kill
- Mohamed was jailed for intentionally encouraging a person to commit murder
- Carty-Shaw was convicted of the more serious charge of attempted murder
- Both were sentenced today at Manchester Crown Court to 16 years behind bars