Former Miss Uruguay found dead at a Mexico City hotel
Mystery as former Miss Uruguay is found hanged in the bathroom of a Mexico City hotel and investigators probe whether her death was a suicide or if she was killed
- Fatimih Davila Sosa, 31, was found dead from hanging in the hotel early Thursday
- Investigators are looking into whether the death is a homicide or suicide
- She won the Miss Uruguay competition in 2006 and since worked as a model
A former Miss Uruguay pageant winner has been found dead in a Mexico City hotel.
Fatimih Davila Sosa, who won the Uruguay pageant in 2006, was identified by city officials as the woman who was found hanged in the bathroom of a guest room early on Thursday. She was 31.
There was no official ruling on the manner of death.
The prosecutor’s office said a homicide investigation was looking into the circumstances surrounding the hanging and whether the woman killed herself or was slain by someone.
Miss Uruguay, Fatimih Davila Sosa, shows off a costume related to her home country during the preliminary competition for Miss Universe 2006 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Davila was found dead at a Mexico City hotel on Thursday
Davila Sosa is seen left in 2006 and right in 2017. She went on to work as a model after winning Uruguay’s national beauty pageant
After winning the national pageant, Davila Sosa went on to represent Uruguay in the 2006 Miss Universe pageant, held in Los Angeles.
Since then, she had apparently worked as a model.
Officials said she had arrived in Mexico City on April 23 for a supposed job interview.
Davila Sosa meets Donald Trump at the 2006 Miss Universe pageant, which Trump owned at the time. Her death is being investigated by police in Mexico
Spanish-language press report that the hotel was located on Altadena Street in Colonia Nápoles, Benito Juarez.
The name of the hotel has not been publicly revealed.
Mexican authorities said they were in contact with the Uruguayan embassy in order to notify Davila Sosa’s family.
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