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The Argentine model had denounced a supposed pedophilia network in 2018 that involved Argentine journalists, politicians and celebrities. A few months ago she reported threats against her and issued a warning that if she died it would not be her own doing.
Argentine supermodel Natacha Jaitt was found dead Saturday of a suspected drug-related stroke, but there seems to be more than meets the eye after her lawyer argued that Jaitt didn’t use drugs due to a “condition,” while making the claim that she was the “victim of a crime.”
Jaitt, 41, was found slumped in an “afterhours” bedroom, and the initial police report suggested she had suffered a stroke due to excessive alcohol and cocaine intake, eldesconcierto reports.
The police report added that Jaitt’s body “showed no signs of violence.”
The model and radio host had denounced, in April of 2018, a supposed network of pedophilia that involved journalists, celebrities, and Argentine politicians, which led to threats on her life, and intense criticism from diverse journalists, who disputed Jaitt’s “unfounded claims.”
At one point, Jaitt had become so worried that she tweeted out the possibility that, should she die, it would not be at her own hand. "Warning: I'm not going to kill myself, I'm not going to spend money and drown in a bathtub, I'm not going to take any shots, so if that happens, it was not my doing."
The model reported a month ago that she was raped by Pablo Yotich and Maximiliano Giusto in a department in Belgrano. After being interrogated in court, she gave an official statement to an Argentine TV channel but the feed ended abruptly due to the untimely questions of the journalists.
"Of the two, who insitgated the meet-up?" questioned the Argentine journalist Esteban Mirol. This annoyed the model, who angrily replied, "I did not like anything. I was raped! This is crazy!"