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The family of a model who fell naked from her sixth floor apartment believe their loved one was handed a "drug cocktail".
Emmily Rodrigues Santos Gomes died of internal and external bleeding, as well as polytrauma after she fell from a flat in Buenos Aires, Argentina on March 30.
Her family now believe she was handed a cocktail of cocaine, ketamine, marijuana and MDMA, with a toxicology report entering a preliminary stage.
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At present, no official confirmation has been given about the quantity of each drug found in the victim's system, although a lawyer representing the family revealed an examination confirmed the presence of each drug in Emmily's system.
Businessman Francisco Saenz Valiente was arrested at the time of Emmily's death, but was released on April 19 as there were no grounds to keep him in custody.
Valiente, 52, remains under investigation on suspicion of femicide, with his defence confirming Emmily had been under the influence of narcotics.
He claims the model, under the influence of multiple hallucinogenic drugs, had killed herself.
But the victim's family believe Emmily was handed the drug's cocktail, refusing to believe Valiente's recount of events leading up to the model's death.
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Her family has since claimed the businessman used a female doctor to lure women to be drugged and raped by him, with two friends of the victim saying Valiente was a sugar daddy figure for the model.
Emmily's autopsy showed signs of 2C-B also, known as pink cocaine, while her body is yet to be released to her family.
A hearing in the Argentine Chamber of Appeals is scheduled for May 16, with the next steps of the case to figure out how much of each drug was in Emmily's system.
The family are currently awaiting these results, and maintain she was spiked by a drugs cocktail as she herself did not usually take drugs and drank very little.
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