The municipality of Culiacán, in the state of Sinaloa, is again stained with blood after the lifeless appearance of the body of Claudia Ochoa Félix. The one known by the name of Empress Anthrax was found inside a private home.
According to local media, the versions on the cause of death are various. On the one hand, death due to possible overdose is considered, although there are also other theories that point to violence and suffocation since the body showed signs of abuse.
The press has reported that the body was found on Saturday afternoon. The last hours of the 35-year-old woman's life were in the company of a man she met at a nightclub the night before.
According to reports, the companion tried to wake her up but it was not possible so she called the Red Cross. Upon arrival, it was confirmed that the body died without life and was subsequently lifted and taken to the Forensic Medical Service.
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By profession, Claudia had been singled out on several occasions for her relationship with the famous Sinaloa Cartel after her alleged romantic relationship with José Rodrigo Arechiga, alias the Chinese Anthrax, the armed wing of the criminal organization.
She denied it as active and passive to the media when asked. But her life of luxury, which implied trips to Europe and jewelry, hinted at the opposite. The also known as the Kim Kardashian of Mexico leaves her mother and three children after her departure at such an early age.
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