Murdered Playboy model Christina Carlin-Kraft had "many enemies," and got into a nasty bar fight just days before she was strangled to death, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.
The 36-year-old tragic beauty was thrown across a table in a brawl with an older man at a high-end local lounge in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, just one week before her murder, the bar's manager told Radar in an exclusive interview.
"One regular – an old guy, about 80 years old – owned some restaurants in Philly, and was here with a buddy. He was super outgoing, the kind of guy who talked up everyone," the manager told Radar. "He was chatting it up with some ladies along with his friend when Christina walked in – they bought her a drink."
Carlin-Kraft — who the manager said had a reputation at the bar and around town for acting out of control when under the influence — soon got into a war of words with the group of men. He said she "lashed out," and started stealing drinks from the men.
"She grabbed the man by the arm, then he literally picked her up and threw her over a table and across the bar," the manager recalled.
The model, who was once arrested for allegedly assaulting a restaurant staffer at a swanky New York City eatery in 2016 (the charges were eventually dropped), was known as "a mess," the manager insisted.
"She was flagged from every single bar in town," he said. "Christina was known for her anger, drinking and bizarre behavior. Whenever she'd come to a bar, whoever she was with promised to keep her in line. Well, that never happened."
"Christina never went out without having an argument or fight with someone."
According to NBC, Carlin-Kraft was spotted in the lobby of her condo at 6:30 am on August 18 stumbling and "unable to walk."
Just four days later on August 22, the model was strangled at her condo.
Police are following several leads, including one man who allegedly robbed her at her lavish apartment the weekend prior to her death.
Carlin-Kraft's boyfriend Alex Ciccotelli Jr. was also questioned by police, though his uncle insisted to Radar that he is not a suspect in the murder.
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