Model Christy Giles, 24, found dead on Los Angeles sidewalk after night out with friends as family fears she was DRUGGED

AN aspiring model was found dead on a Los Angeles sidewalk after a night out with her friends as her family fears she was drugged.

On Saturday, Christy Giles' lifeless body was found on the sidewalk outside Southern California Hospital in Culver City, Los Angeles.



According to a KTLA, Giles, 24, and her friend, designer Hilda Marcela Cabralez-Arzola, were last seen on Friday after attending a warehouse party in LA.

While at the party, Cabralez-Arzola allegedly met a guy and they were all going to go to an after-party in the Hollywood Hills, the outlet reports.

Two hours after Giles' body was found, Cabrales-Arzola, 26, was discovered at a different hospital in West LA.

Giles' husband, Jan Cilliers, who was in San Francisco at the time of the incident, told ABC7 the news is "just so heartbreaking."

"People share these amazing videos that they have with her, and it just brings back her energy, and I know I'll never get to see her or kiss her or touch her again," he told the outlet.

Cilliers told KTLA heroin was found in his wife's system but indicated that neither of the women would take the drug.

"Marcela's toxicology report came back, and I guess they found heroin in her system, which is nothing that either of those girls would ever do, not voluntarily," Cilliers said.

Cilliers told ABC7 he has obtained "all the messages [Giles] exchanged with anybody else that night," revealing that she was texting Cabralez-Arzola "let's get out of here" at around 5:30am.

He added that based on information stored on their iCloud, he does not believe Giles checked or answered any messages afterward.



A GoFundMe set up by the family alleges that three men in all black, masked in bandanas, dropped off Giles on the sidewalk of the hospital.

The family also alleges that the same vehicle, with the license plates removed, was seen dropping off Cabralez-Arzola at a different hospital.

According to Giles' family, Cabralez-Arzola is on life support with no brain activity and with "little possibility of recovery." She's reportedly hospitalized at a Kaiser Permanente hospital in West LA.

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