Celeste Flores-Narvaez is painfully grieving over the discovery of her sister's dismembered body.
In an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com, she says she is "furious" that the police didn't share information about her sister's remains with her family, and wants accused killer Jason "Blu" Griffith to "suffer."
"I'll definitely be in court when Jason is scheduled to appear. There's no question about it," Celeste says. "I want to see this guy face-to-face. If there were no police officers in court, I'd handle him myself. He's a monster. He thought he could get away with this."
"I want him to look me dead in my eyes. I doubt he'd look at me but he'd feel my presence. I want him to feel my pain. My disgust. I want him to know he will suffer from this --- in every aspect. He's lower than garbage. He's dirt."
"She was my loving sister. I will miss the memories we had, the times we shared," a sobbing Celeste told us.
RadarOnline.com confirmed that Debbie Flores-Narvaez, the 31-year-old Las Vegas dancer who had gone missing a month earlier, was found dismembered and packed into two cement-filled tubs.
"Right now, me and my family are not doing well," Celeste says. "My mother found out online that Debbie's body was dismembered. I'm furious with police for not telling us this information and having to find out what happened to my sister online."
Celeste says she absolutely adored her sister and is trying to cope with the heartbreaking loss.
"Debbie and I were great together. She was my loving sister," Celeste remembers. "I have such great memories of her including the dances she and I would do together. We didn't have a lot of money growing up so we'd entertain ourselves. She will be missed tremendously."
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Almost immediately after police discovered Debbie's body, they moved in and arrested her ex-boyfriend, Jason "Blu" Griffith. He is currently being held without bail.
The police had always suspected Griffith, the last person known to have seen Debbie alive.
Celeste says there will be three memorial services for Debbie before her remains are flown to Puerto Rico, where she will be buried.