Esmeralda Merlot

Poisoned and concreted: body found by the erotic model

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The terrible death of Esmeralda Merlot shakes the net community! On Wednesday, the Las Vegas police found the body of the young influencer in the desert: The erotic model was initially strangled by her tormentor, poisoned with a pool cleaner, and then poured over in a wooden box with concrete. A first suspect, a notorious meth addict, has already been arrested. Since May this year, Esmeralda was missing.

 

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7 thoughts on “Poisoned and concreted: body found by the erotic model

  1. I would knock off every crocodile on earth too. They are a danger to children everywhere they live (Australia). I personally would be willing to see every alligator go too (two legs good; four legs bad me) but alligators to my understanding are smaller and tend to eat (once a month?) smaller prey

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