The TikTok account of an influencer jailed for murder was still active yesterday despite alleged involvement in the killing of two men.
Mahek Bukhari, 23, hatched a plan to silence Saqib Hussain, 21, after he blackmailed her over sex videos.
She and her mother Ansreen, 45, arranged a meeting in a Tesco car park and got others to “jump on” Hussain.
His Skoda was being followed by two cars containing eight people, including Bukharis.
He died in a fireball along with his pal Hashim Ijazuddin after being rammed by the A46 near Leicester.
Noting the negative impact of social media, Judge Timothy Spencer KC told Bukhari, “Your tasteless fame has made you completely self-obsessed.”
A month after her conviction, her profile is still “live” on TikTok, where she has 134,000 followers.
Anti-violence activist Alison Cope, whose 18-year-old son Joshua was stabbed in 2013, said: “This is not acceptable.
“Social media platforms need to take more responsibility.”
Mahek Bukhari was sentenced to at least 31 years in prison at Leicester Crown Court on Friday.
Her mother was at least 26 years old. TikTok declined to comment.