A MAN has been accused of hacking his teen girlfriend and her mum and dad to death after they banned her from seeing him.
Rustam Akhmadullin, 22, stormed into the home of 18-year-old victim Kamilya Tukhvatullina to confront her parents about the ban before a row broke out, police say.
The bodies of mother Farida Tukhvatullina, 59, and her 62-year-old husband Rafael were found next to the teen’s body in the hallway of their apartment in Kazan city, Russia.
A police spokesman told local media: "According to a preliminary investigation, the murder was carried out because the teenager’s parents were against having anything to do with the young man who then killed all of them before trying to kill himself."
Local media said they tried to flee, but died in the hallway after which Akhmadullin made an attempt to kill himself by jumping out of a fourth-floor window.
A Ministry of Health official confirmed: "The man was taken to hospital in a very serious condition. He underwent emergency surgery.
"At the moment he is in intensive care."
Police said that the teenager was studying in the first year of a course in psychology and pedagogy.
She reportedly met the young man a few months previously on social media where she was an active member of groups such as "a good reason to be in love".
Friends said he had made a good impression and was stunned that he could have allegedly carried out such a bloodbath.
He recently completed military service and started a university course which was funded by working at the Kazan Aviation Plant.
One of the family's neighbours told local media: "We are all in shock, they were a great family, they only recently refurbished their apartment.
"The girl and the mother were especially close, there were always walking around together.
"You couldn’t say a bad word about any of them. Such a terrible thing to happen, I can't believe that all of them are dead."
The suspect was taken to hospital by ambulance and is not reported to be in danger.
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