Ryan Jenkins, the reality star whose slight brush with fame on television, killed himself after Southern California prosecutors filed murder charges for the death of his ex-wife. Just over one week ago the body of Jasmine Fiore had been found in a dumpster in Buena Park, California. The body had been mutilated with her hands and teeth removed. Then the rest of the body was stuffed into a suitcase and placed in a dumpster A well known top-notch Southern California criminal defense attorney indicated that by removing certain body parts, murder suspects are often able to slow down the identification of a victim. The slower the identification, the more time for escape.
This time there was a slight twist in the identification. While Fiore’s limbs and teeth were removed, investigators were able to identify the decedent by the serial numbers on her breast implants. The quick identification resulted in the police naming Jenkins as a suspect before he could even leave his Southern California crime scene.
According to police experts, Jenkins was seen in an SUV heading north towards Canada pulling a boat. A few days later the boat was known to have left the United States and had docked in British Columbia.
Jenkins’ body was found in the motel room where he had been hiding. He killed himself by hanging. This, after Orange County officials had filed murder charges against him for the violent crime of murder in the death of Fiore.
Jenkins, who had wished for stardom and fame found that he had become a celebrity outlaw, rather then the reality star that he wanted to be on VH1’s “Megan Wants A Millionaire.”
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