A 28-year-old Atlanta woman died after falling from a driving Lamborghini when she accused the driver of robbing her.
Authorities say Catherine Khan started fighting with a man inside a Lamborghini after he was accused of stealing her wallet, identification, and a valuable family heirloom.
The incident happened on Monday, October 11, around 11 pm near a restaurant where Khan worked.
Khan was reportedly drunk and fighting with the man who allegedly stole his wallet containing his wallet, credit cards, things belonging to his grandmother, and his ID.
The incident, captured on cell phone video, showed Khan slapping a white Lamborghini and shouting, “Call the police! I just stole … My ID, my card, everything. It’s all gone!”
Khan then jumped in the car and continued to shout that he had been robbed.
Khan was running a luxury sports car and apparently fell from a moving car at the intersection of Piedmont and Peachtree Roads in the upscale Buckhead suburb of Atlanta.
He was taken to Grady Hospital in Atlanta where he died of a head injury.
Police are trying to determine if Khan was driven out of the car or if he fell while trying to jump.
Khan’s father, Noor Khan told Fox 5 Atlanta News that Catherine was an organ donor. She said the doctor told her her organs were donated by two babies.
“I can’t get my daughter. I can’t get her. What happened to my daughter, I don’t want to happen to any woman,” Noor Khan said.
Catherine is the eldest of her four children.
The Lamborghini driver is still at large. Watch the videos below.
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