REPORT: Ex-US Ambassador’s daughter adopted from Honduras charged with stabbing man to death

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The daughter of a former US Ambassador to the UN has been charged in the stabbing death of a Maryland man after an argument on Thursday night.

Sophia Negroponte, 27, was arrested by authorities in Montgomery County who say that she killed 24-year-old Yousuf Rasmussen in a home in Rockville.

The article goes on to state the following:

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Negroponte is the daughter of John Negroponte, who was US Ambassador to the UN under George W Bush from September 2001 to June 2004.

The report states that Sophia stabbed Yousef during an argument.

While serving in Honduras, Negroponte and his wife adopted five children, including Sophia.

One Twitter user wrote, “I was in college with and knew this girl very well, my mind is everywhere right now….”

According to the following, this isn’t the first time she has been in trouble:

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