Christy Giles update – Neighbors heard someone 'moaning in pain ALL DAY' at apartment model visited before body dumped

A NEIGHBOR heard someone “moaning in pain all day” from the last known address where model Christy Giles was at before she was dumped on a sidewalk outside a hospital. 

Christy, 24, was found dead outside Southern California Hospital in Culver City, Los Angeles, on Saturday evening. 


Her designer friend Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola, 26, was abandoned two hours later at a different hospital in West LA and remains in a critical condition. 

The women had been on a night out on Friday and left with three men to go to an afterparty in the Hollywood Hills – but never made it there.

CCTV footage from the hospital showed two men wearing all black, bandanas over their faces and driving a car without license plates dropping Christy off, according to her family. 

Christy’s grieving husband Jan Cilliers, 40, was able to access her phone records through the cloud and found that the last place where she and Hilda were at before the hospital was an apartment on West Olympic Blvd in Beverly Hills.

A resident told The Sun that they heard “weird” noises coming from that address all day on Saturday.

They said that a David Pearce lives there and that police visited on Sunday evening, spoke to Pearce and then asked neighbors about him and his black Prius. 

The local resident, who asked not to be identified, told The Sun: “I heard someone moaning in pain for five, six or seven hours, all day on Saturday from David Pearce’s apartment. 

“I was wondering what it was because there are always very loud noises coming from that apartment. 

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“But this was moaning and it was weird to me but he’s a weird guy and I don’t want to get on his bad side so I never confront him. 

“On Sunday police came and spoke with him (David Pearce), I’m not sure if they went up to his apartment.  

“Then the police came and spoke with me and they said there had been an incident but they didn’t give any more detail. 

“They showed me a picture of him and his black Prius car. 

“I told them that I had heard moaning all day and they took notes.

“I haven’t seen his car for a few days now.”

Another neighbor, Joseph Nikravsh, 75, told The Sun: “A lot of people are upset with him already (Pearce), there are a lot of problems. 

“He makes a lot of noise and there are always people coming and going from his place.”

Two neighbors were shown pictures of Pearce at a Beverly Hills event in 2009 and confirmed it was the same man who lived at the Beverly Hills apartment. 

In one of the pictures, which were taken at the premiere of a horror/comedy movie called One-Eyed Monster, Pearce can be seen with Ron Jeremy. 

Former porn star Jeremy – who is currently charged with more than 30 counts of sexual assault – was the male lead in the movie. 

Christy’s husband Jan earlier told The Sun that he understands two men have admitted to dumping Christy and Hilda at separate hospitals.

Jan said that they had been quizzed by police and told officers that the women had suffered an accidental overdose. 

He added that it was his understanding that police had not been able to speak with the third man who left the party with Christy and Hilda.

After accessing Christy’s phone records, Jan found that she had texted Hilda at around 5.30am saying “Let’s get out of here” with the wide eyes emoji.

Hilda replied “Yes” and said she had called for an Uber – but after that Christy did not read or respond to any more texts sent to her. 

Jan said that the family has not yet received any information about Christy’s toxicology report but has been told that heroin was found in Hilda’s system. 

It has not been confirmed whether David Pearce is one of the men who spoke with police or a person of interest in the police investigation.

Asked about David Pearce, an LAPD spokesman told The Sun: “We haven’t had any updates on any suspects in this case, let alone a specific name. 

“It’s probably going to take several days, especially now we’re going into the weekend, for the investigators to update us with anything significant.

“A lot of it is dependent on the coroner’s investigation and their rulings on cause of death and toxicology reports and so forth. 

“We’re kinda on the coroner’s timeline and it’s a waiting game for everybody right now.”


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