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Smirking Trans Daughter Arrested for Father’s Murder

Justin Malonson



Suspect Nikki Secondino

The Gateway Pundit reported on the murder of 61-year-old Carlo Secondino  in his Brooklyn apartment Thursday in an incident the police initially suggested was a home invasion.

Sources at The New York Post indicated that the killer might have been closer to home, suggesting that Secondino’s trans daughter may be involved.

Carlo’s 22-year-old trans daughter Nikki Secondino has now been charged with killing her father.

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Nikki smirked at the cameras as she was led out of an NYPD police station.


Image: Screen Shot Facebook/Carlo Secondino

The New York Post reports:

Nikki Secondino was hit with the murder charge and other offenses after police initially believed that her dad, Carlo Secondino, was stabbed to death during an early morning home invasion at their Bensonhurst home.

Sources told The Post earlier Thursday that Nikki was suspected of concocting the fake story about the break-in to cover up her own brutal crime.

But the tale quickly fell apart and the alleged killer was additionally charged with attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon in connection to the horrific attack in which her 19-year-old sister was also stabbed.

The younger sister was taken to Maimonides Hospital in critical condition.

Nikki smirked, but ignored questions from reporters, as detectives led her out of Brooklyn’s 62nd Precinct on Thursday night.

A neighbor of the Secondinos also said she heard Nikki making a phone call in the hallway after the slaying, claiming the family had been robbed by home invaders who also stabbed them.

Justin Malonson is an is an American internet entrepreneur, software developer, investor, author and technology executive. He is the founder of social-networking service Lyfeloop and CEO of international web-development agency Coastal Media Brand.

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