Christy Giles model is found dead and a friend in serious condition after a tragic night in which they were abandoned in different hospitals
Model Christy Giles and designer Hilda Marcela went out together for fun in Los Angeles; family members received messages from people who went through similar stories but survived
Model and actress Christy Giles, 24, was found lifeless outside a Los Angeles hospital. That same night, her friend, Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola, was also dumped at the entrance to another hospital and is in critical condition. Cameras show masked men in unmarked cars.
The information is from ABC7 and People magazine and was published this Wednesday (17). A night of fun had a sad and rather tragic ending for two friends in Los Angeles, California.
Christy Giles, the model, and Hilda Marcela, designer, went out together on Friday (12) at night for a ballad. 12 hours later, on Saturday, the model appeared dead on the sidewalk of a hospital. The family alleges that three masked men in a car with plates removed were seen on cameras.
Two hours later, her friend Hilda was also reportedly abandoned in another hospital in serious condition. The designer has no brain activity and her recovery is considered remote, according to ABC7.
Jan Cilliers, husband of the dead model, said her friend Hilda’s drug test pointed to heroin in her body – he says neither would use the drug voluntarily. Because of this and the images from the cameras, the family members do not believe that it was a tragedy caused by an accidental overdose. The husband also says that he accessed Christy’s cell phone messages and saw that she spoke with the designer – at dawn at the party – and asked them to leave the place.
The description of an online kitty created by family members of the model to raise resources in search of justice points out that they received several messages from people who went through similar stories but survived. “This story is not unique”, says an excerpt of text that also calls the reports received “strangely similar cases”.
People magazine has yet to get a response from Los Angeles police on the tragedy involving the two friends.