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Google This! Search Engine Exec Killed By Prostitute Who Injected Lethal Amounts of Heroin Into His Body And Left Him To Die On His Yacht

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Jul. 9 2014, Published 4:55 p.m. ET

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If you Google Forrest Timothy Hayes, the results won’t be what you expect.

A high-end prostitute injected lethal doses of heroin into the Google executive’s body while spending time on his yacht, officials said. Not only did she allegedly kill the search engine bigwig, she also heartlessly stepped over his body and left him to die.

But not before she took one last swig of wine.

According to the Santa Cruz Sentinel, surveillance footage shows the 51-year-old losing consciousness before dying. The prostitute and suspect, Alix Catherine Tichelman, didn’t lend a hand to Hayes before abandoning him.

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The Google executive was a divorced father of five. His body was discovered on his 50-foot yacht, Escape, the next day — November 23.

“The video also shows Tichelman stepping over the victim’s body several times as she is gathering her belongings,” according to a police statement.

“At one point, she steps over the body to finish a glass of wine. Finally, she leaves the boat and reaches back in to lower a blind and conceal the victim’s body from outside view.”


Tichelman, 26, was brought into custody only last week after getting caught up in a prostitution sting in Santa Cruz, Calif. She appeared in court Wednesday and was charged with manslaughter, administering heroin and possessing heroin.

Tichelman provided Hayes with heroin, and the two met on a sugar daddy website,, according to



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