Call Girl Accused in Heroin Murder Linked to 2nd Death
Police in Georgia reopen earlier case involving her boyfriend
By Jenn Gidman,  Newser Staff
Posted Jul 10, 2014 2:39 PM CDT

(Newser) – Two months before Forrest Timothy Hayes was allegedly murdered by high-end prostitute Alix Tichelman, a Georgia nightclub owner whom Tichelman identified as her boyfriend died of what appeared to be a heroin and alcohol overdose, reports CNN. Now, in the wake of Hayes' death, that case is being reopened “to make sure there’s nothing else to it,” says the police captain in Milton.

More details have started to emerge about Tichelman—some of them disturbing—which the Washington Post documents:

  • In a tweet from June 2012, Tichelman wrote, “selling my soul would be a lot easier if i could find it.”
  • According to news.com.au, the call girl admitted to a fetish magazine that she was an “intense child” and had “always been attracted to the darker side.”
  • Posting as “AK Kennedy,” the 26-year-old uploaded a makeup tutorial on YouTube, offering viewers tips on how to create a “fun daytime look.”
  • Tichelman appears to have struggled with drug addiction. In May 2013, she Instagrammed a photo accompanied by the words, “My eyes are red red red ... combination of the glitter eyeliner and the medical grade I've been smokin on.” Her Facebook page contains similar drug references, including a poetic note entitled “heroin” in which she concludes she’ll “end up dying alone.”
  • Other social media posts hinted at childhood sexual abuse, suggested she suffered body-image issues, and said she loved helping her boyfriend (ostensibly the same Georgia man whose death is being reexamined) raise his baby monkeys.
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