THE Los Angeles County Coroner has completed the autopsy of model Christy Giles, but many questions remain, including the reason her body was left at a hospital in the early evening of November 13.
CCTV footage shows Christy, 24, was dropped at the hospital at around 5pm by three men in all black and bandanas who were driving a car with removed plates.
Her friend Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola, 26, was discovered at a West LA hospital and remains in critical condition.
No visible injuries
Christy's body was found outside the Southern California Hospital in Culver City, but the model didn't have visible injuries.
There was no indication of a struggle, leading some to believe that Christy was drugged against her will.
Her family alleges that the same vehicle is visible in CCTV footage of Christy being dropped off on the sidewalk of the hospital and Hilda being dropped at a different hospital on the same day.
Mom says 'my daughter would have fought like hell'
Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Christy's mother, Dusty Giles, said her daughter "would have fought like hell" to get away from an attacker.
“My daughter is a military police officer's daughter, her father Leslie served in Iraq," Dusty said.
"My daughters have been taught literally how to kill a person with a ballpoint pen."
This makes it all the more unsettling that Christy was found at the hospital without "any visible bruises, scratches, or any indication of an altercation," said Dusty.
Unclear where Christy and Hilda went
After leaving the party at West Hollywood's Soho House where they had planned to be on November 12, the women left with three men to go to an afterparty in the Hollywood Hills.
But they never made it there.
Christy’s phone records show that the women’s last known location was at an apartment in Beverly Hills.
Neighbors told The Sun that they heard the sound of someone “moaning in pain” coming from that apartment all day last Saturday.
Authorities have yet to release more details about where Christy and Hilda went, or with who, on Friday night and Saturday morning.
Frightening final text
Christy’s husband Jan Cilliers had been able to access her phone records.
The last text message Christy sent was at 5:38am on Saturday, when she wrote to Hilda: "Let’s get out of here," with the wide eyes emoji.
Hilda, a recent LA transplant from Mexico, replied "Yes" and also texted that she had ordered an Uber.
But after that, Christy didn't send any more texts, and none of the texts she received from that point were marked as read.
The ten-hour gap
After Hilda and Christy's final text exchange, it took more than ten hours for Christy's body to be left at a hospital.
It's unclear what happened in between Saturday morning and Saturday evening.
“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," Dusty said.
The reported “weird” noises coming from Christy's last known location "all day" on Saturday add to the harrowing mystery.
“I believe they drugged them to keep them and I believe they probably raped them," Dusty told The Sun.
“Why do you wait 10 hours until she is dead to fling her on a sidewalk, remove your license plates, obscure your face?
Autopsy was inconclusive
According to People, the Los Angeles County Coroner will need to complete additional tests to understand a cause and manner of death for Christy.
The coroner's office told the publication, "cause and manner are deferred as is done for many of our cases that are pending additional information and / or testing."
Toxicology gives no clarity
Christy's family shared that toxicology reports showed heroin was found in Hilda's system, but are still awaiting the results of the model's toxicology report and rape kit test.
Doctors reportedly found evidence of drugs when they ran tests on Hilda, but both families insist that the women would not have taken drugs like heroin.
Hilda's father Luis Cabrales Rivera, 49, told The Sun “The doctors have told us they did find drugs in my daughter’s system but they haven’t said what type."
He insisted that Hilda is a “very healthy girl” who would not have taken drugs of her own free will.
Dusty also told The Sun: “My daughter has never done heroin in her life.
“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."
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