Prostitute Injected Deceased Google Exec with Heroin


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Google executive Forrest Hayes was found dead on his yacht in Santa Cruz, California last November, and authorities initially concluded that it was due to his overdosing on heroin. Seven months later, police have uncovered new video evidence taken from Hayes' yacht, "The Escape," which reveals he may have been murdered by a prostitute name Alix Tichelman.

Hayes, 51, a married father of 5, had met Tichelman on a sugardaddy website called SeekingArrangement. The night of Hayes death was not the first time he and Tichelman had met; the two had an ongoing prostitution arrangement.

Tichelman, 26, a high-priced call girl, was seen injecting Hayes with heroin in the footage obtained by police, before Hayes fell unconscious after his overdose. Santa Cruz Police Department Deputy Chief Steve Clark revealed that Tichelman did nothing to help Hayes, and commented that she was "so callous that in gathering her things, she was literally stepping over the body and at one point stepped over the body to grab a glass of wine and finish the glass of wine."

Tichelman shares some makeup tips on Twitter:

Authorities said the woman believed to be Tichelman even closed the blinds to the master suite on the 50-foot yacht before leaving. Detectives took fingerprints from the wine glass from the surveillance video, and had an undercover agent set up a rendezvous with Tichelman, enticing her with the promise of $1000 for a date. Tichelman, a heroin addict, showed no emotion as she was arrested on suspicion of second-degree murder, destruction of evidence and transporting and providing narcotics.

Tichelman expresses her feelings about Aiesh Versoza:

It is unclear if Tichelman has hired an attorney, and police revealed that she remained emotionless during questioning. Her bail has been set at $1.5 million.

Here is a Vine clip of Tichelman preliminary hearing:

Hayes' obituary read, "more than anything else he enjoyed spending time with his family at home and on his boat. His brilliant mind, contagious smile, and warm embrace will be missed and cherished in memories by his friends and family."

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