BREAKING NEWS: Las Vegas Showgirl Death Ruled A Homicide By Coroner, Died By Strangulation


The death of Las Vegas dancer Deborah Flores-Narvaez has been ruled a homicide, has learned.

A spokesperson for the Clark County Coroner’s office tells that Flores-Narvaez was strangled and died by asphyxiation.

Her ex-boyfriend, Jason "Blu" Griffith has been arrested in connection with her murder after the 31-year-old woman's body was discovered dismembered in two cement filled tubs.

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Griffith, also a dancer, has been charged with murder, battery constituting domestic violence and destroying evidence.

He is scheduled to appear in North Las Vegas Justice Court on Wednesday.

The coroner says Flores-Narvaez died as a result of compression to her neck.

COURT DOCUMENTS: Jason Griffith Arrest Report

As previously reported, Las Vegas police say that 31-year-old Deborah Flores-Narvaez stopped by her then boyfriend Jason "Blu" Griffith's house to watch the season finale of Dexter on December 12th, the last day she was seen alive.

Flores-Narvaez’s sister, Celeste, slammed the suspected murderer, branding him 'demonic' and the 'worst of the worst.' Going on to claim: "He knew exactly what he was doing. He's going to get what's coming to him."


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