TRAGIC model Christy Giles’ mom fears she was drugged and sexually attacked before being dumped dead by three masked men on a sidewalk outside a hospital.
The 24-year-old’s body was found at the Southern California Hospital in Culver City, Los Angeles, on Saturday.
Model Christy Giles’ body was dumped by three masked men outside an LA hospital on Saturday[/caption]
Her mom Dusty Giles told The Sun she fears Christy was drugged and sexually attacked[/caption]
Her family says CCTV footage shows three men in all black and bandanas who were driving a car with removed plates dropped her there around 5pm.
Two hours later Christy’s designer friend Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola, 26, was also discovered at a different hospital in West LA in a critical condition.
Toxicology reports found that Hilda had heroin in her system, according to Christy’s family.
The two women had been out partying on Friday night at West Hollywood’s Soho House before being invited to an afterparty in the Hollywood Hills by a man single Hilda had met.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Christy’s grieving mom Dusty Giles said that her daughter and Hilda never made it to the afterparty and she believes they were drugged and sexually assaulted.
Nurse Dusty, 49, who lives in Dora near Birmingham, Alabama, explained that Christy’s husband Jan Cilliers had been able to access her phone records.
The last text message her daughter sent was at 5.38am on Saturday and told her friend Hilda: “Let’s get out of here,” with the wide eyes emoji, Dusty said.
Hilda – who had only recently moved from Mexico to LA – replied “Yes” and said she had called for an Uber.
After that Christy appears to not have read any more messages that were sent to her.
But Dusty said the only way that her “rugged” daughter would have remained with the men against her will without a fight would have been if she was drugged.
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She said: “My daughter is a military police officer’s daughter, her father Leslie served in Iraq.
“My daughters have been taught literally how to kill a person with a ballpoint pen.
“My daughter would have fought like hell and from my understanding from speaking to the emergency room doctor and nurse, they did not see any visible bruises, scratches, or any indication of an altercation.
“The only way that these men would have kept my daughter and Hilda for over 10 hours would be by giving them drugs, maybe tying them up.
“My daughter never read another text message in her life after Hilda and she agreed to leave and had called an Uber.
“That’s the last time we know that Christy was alive and able to move and do something of her own free will.
“The girls were obviously not speaking out loud in front of these guys, they were texting each other.
My daughter would have fought like hell.
“I believe they drugged them to keep them and I believe they probably raped them,” Dusty continued.
“Maybe throughout the day they had to give them more and more to keep them subdued.
“These men had them for over 10 hours to clean them up and drop them off.
“If it was an accidental overdose, why not call 911?
“Why do you wait 10 hours until she is dead to fling her on a sidewalk, remove your license plates, obscure your face?
“It doesn’t track, it’s not logical.”
Dusty explained that Hilda had been found to be brain dead and her toxicology report discovered heroin in her system.
The Giles family is still awaiting the results of a toxicology report and a rape kit test performed on Christy.
‘THEY PROBABLY RAPED THEM’
Dusty said: “We’re assuming that my daughter’s toxicology report is going to match Hilda’s.
“My daughter has never done heroin in her life.
“She has a cousin who did heroin once and got addicted.
“He’s been in and out of rehab twice. She’s very close to him and she was upset that he did that.
“She’s had close friends OD out there and she told me ‘It’s crazy mom, they lace this stuff with fentanyl and people do it once as a party thing and then they’re dead.”
“Was my daughter an angel? No, my daughter did dabble in what she said were party drugs,”
“She said ‘I’m not going to lie mom, I’ll do a line of coke once in a while, I’ve done ketamine or I’ll do molly, and every once in a while with friends I’ve tried mushrooms.’
“My daughter was extremely open and unapologetic about the way that she lived her life.
“Even though we live in Alabama and we have a different outlook on things, she had no reason to lie to her husband and her best friends in California.”
Family snaps shared exclusively by Dusty with The Sun show Christy growing up as the youngest of three sisters.
Her proud mom said: “Christy was what I would consider a free spirit.
“She was extremely athletic and played soccer since she was three years old and was All-County track two years in a row.
“She ran five to six miles a day for fun.
“She was signed by the Wilhelmina modeling agency when she was 14 and even worked in London for a couple of months.
“She was a runner up to Alabama Teen USA and was currently working with Nomad and Fox model agencies.
“She is her daddy’s daughter, she was a daddy’s girl. She’s the rugged outdoors type who rides horses, [to fish] and likes to go shoot guns with her dad.
“She was a Southern girl but non-traditional, she should have been a flower child at Woodstock.”
Model Christy was ‘extremely athletic’ and played soccer from the age of three, her mom said[/caption]
Alabama girl Christy started modelling when she was just 14[/caption]
Christy had been out partying in West Hollywood with a friend before she was found dead[/caption]
Mom Dusty said her daughter would not have stayed with strange men without putting up a fight unless she was drugged[/caption]
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