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The death of Jasmine Fiore occurred on August 15, 2009. Fiore (born Jasmine Lepore) was a model from Santa Cruz, California, United States. Her body was discovered on August 15, 2009, strangled and stuffed into a suitcase. Her remains had been mutilated to prevent recognition; she was eventually identified by the serial numbers of her breast implants. Fiore was 28 years old at the time of her death.
Investigators reported that Jenkins and Fiore checked into the L'Auberge hotel in Del Mar, San Diego, on the evening of August 13, 2009.They were to attend a poker tournament, a charity fund-raiser for the Carma Foundation at the Del Mar Hilton.Surveillance video captured Fiore and Jenkins leaving the Hilton at about 2:30 a.m. on the morning of August 14, 2009. The couple were later seen at the Ivy Hotel, a nightclub in downtown San Diego.At around 4:30 a.m., Jenkins returned to the L'Auberge hotel in Del Mar alone.Fiore was not seen alive again. Jenkins left the L'Auberge hotel at around 9 a.m. the following morning (Friday, August 14).
Fiore's body was discovered, but not identified, on Saturday, August 15, 2009 at about 7 a.m.Her badly beaten and crushed body was discovered inside a suitcase inside a dumpster in an alley in Buena Park, California.According to Buena Park police, Fiore's teeth and fingers had been removed before her nude body was stuffed into the suitcase. She had also been strangled. Authorities believe the mutilation was an attempt to impede identification. On August 18, her remains were identified using the serial numbers from her breast implants.
The Orange County coroner's office reported Fiore had died a couple of hours before her body was found.Fiore's white Mercedes was found abandoned in a parking lot in West Hollywood, Los Angeles,about a mile from the penthouse Fiore shared with Jenkins in Fairfax District, Los Angeles.Police reported that there was a significant amount of blood, and some evidence of hair pulling.
Jenkins reported Fiore missing in the evening of August 15 at 8:55 p.m.Jenkins told police that he last saw Fiore about 8:30 p.m. August 14 at their home in Edinburgh Avenue, Los Angeles. Jenkins said they had gone to San Diego for a poker event and that, after returning, she dropped him off that evening and went to do errands, but never returned.
Following the announcement that Jenkins was connected with the murder of Fiore, VH1 put Megan Wants a Millionaire on hiatus. However, it also deleted the show's page from the official VH1 website, leading to speculation that the show would never air again. It subsequently emerged that Jenkins had not only been charged with assaulting Fiore, but had been convicted two years earlier for assaulting a woman in Calgary. Neither of these incidents had been disclosed to either VH1, or to Megan Wants a Millionaire producer 51 Minds.The day after Jenkins' death, VH1 officially announced the show was canceled,and also announced it would not run the third season of I Love Money, which was reportedly won by Jenkins.This cannot be determined, however, because a 51 Minds spokesman said Jenkins tried to pick up his honorarium check of $5,200 a few days before Jasmine's body was discovered.