Friday, August 21, 2009

Jasmine Fiore Swimsuit Model Mysterious Death

Jasmine Fiore Swimsuit Model



When I was in law school there was one particular subject I hated: Family Law. I hated it because I had to read case after case of brutal treatment of children or spouses. I didn't even dare read any criminal law cases. I don't know how I got through those classes.

Here we have the horrific story of a swimsuit beauty model, Jasmine fiore, who also used to worked for Playboy, as the coordinator for Playboy's "Girls of Golf." Spokeswoman Theresa Hennessey said, "She never posed in the magazine." She was found under mysterious circumstances and someone didn't want her identified. They removed her fingers and teeth. They stuffed her body in a suitcase and threw it in the trash. She was found in the Buena Park, Orange county, California on Saturday, August 15th. She was 28.


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The only suspect they have on record as of now is husband Ryan Jenkins, who incidentally called to report her missing. He then disappeared and has yet to be found. Fiore was last seen alive with Jenkins at a poker game in San Diego.

Ryan Alexander Jenkins is Canadian and recently appeared on the reality T.V. show "Megan Wants a Millionaire," where he battle for the affection of blond model Megan Hauserman. Fiore and Jenkins met in March at a Las Vegas casino where Jenkins was partying after wrapping up "Millionaire," said Fiore's mother, Lisa Lepore. And in typical Las Vegas fashion, they got married there on March 18, according to a Clark County marriage certificate. It was a spontaneous marriage, "right after they met, one of those wild things," Lepore said. But it soon went south. In May, "they had a big blowout. She had the marriage annulled," she said. "She didn't trust him because he was doing things behind her back," she said. "He did everything that she asked him not to do," Lepore said. "She got furious."

The Orange County district attorney's office has charged Jenkins with murder and issued a warrant for his arrest. Jenkins, 32, is believed to be in Canada, and officers there said Thursday that ground, air and canine units are searching for him. A car and empty boat trailer belonging to Jenkins were found Wednesday at a marina in the northwest Washington town of Blaine, near the border.

Ryan Jenkins, is from Calgary, Alberta. A resume posted on the networking site LinkedIn.com says he graduated from Mount Royal College in Calgary in 1999, has a license to fly commercial airplanes and worked in investment sales and as president of a boutique development company focused on cutting-edge green technologies. Jenkins was convicted of assault in Canada in 2007 and has a pending domestic battery case in Las Vegas. In January 2007, Jenkins was sentenced to 15 months of probation in his hometown of Calgary, Canada, on an unspecified assault charge, according to the Alberta Ministry of Justice. No further details were available. Court records show Jenkins was charged in June in Clark County, Nev., with a misdemeanor count of "battery constituting domestic violence" on accusations that he hit Fiore in the arm. He is scheduled for a Dec. 18 non-jury trial.

Gwendolyn Beauregard of Bonny Doon, a longtime friend to Jasmine Fiore, is scheduled to discuss the case on Larry King Live and Good Morning America.

In my opinion this is a classic case of marrying someone you don't know. Yes, I know there's the romantic notion that you can go to Vegas and marry someone that you've known all your life but was forbidden to, but often you hear of those cases of "we were drunk and one thing led to another..." She obviously didn't know him. And, he obviously didn't know her.

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