A Pennsylvania man ordered an Uber to take his dying girlfriend to the hospital after he allegedly filmed himself beating her, according to a report.

Nicholas Forman, 23, can allegedly be seen on cell phone video, obtained by police through a warrant, beating his motionless girlfriend on a lawn in Montgomery County, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.

“This is what cheating liars get,” the man believed to be Forman is heard saying in the recording.

The battery of Sabrina Harooni, 22, started in a different Uber from a restaurant where the couple had been watching the Super Bowl on Sunday night, according to charging documents obtained by WCAU-TV and the Inquirer.

That Uber driver told cops Forman berated Harooni in the car after she joked about getting texts from an ex, demanding to see the messages, the documents show.

But Forman’s anger intensified, prompting Harooni to respond, “You’re scaring me,” the Uber driver relayed.

The driver stuck around to watch the couple continue to argue, rolling the window down to hear Forman tell Harooni he wouldn’t let her inside his Perkiomen Township home until she gave him “the f—king phone.”

The Uber driver eventually drove away when he could no longer hear them arguing, according to the documents.

Forman then allegedly ordered a second Uber car on Monday to take the battered Harooni to Pottstown Hospital, where she later died, the outlets reported.

He was arrested at his home and has been charged with one count of murder in the first degree and one count of murder in the third degree, court records obtained by The Post show.

Forman has a long history of arrests — pleading guilty to charges of disorderly conduct, criminal trespass, and harassment stemming back to 2014.

He was listed as awaiting his arraignment on Thursday.

Records show that bail was denied.

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