Shocking violent death of LA Model revealed

LOS ANGELES, CA – A grim discovery was made in Los Angeles last month when a local model was found deceased in her refrigerator, her limbs bound, according to a report recently made public.

The autopsy report, released this past Friday, paints a chilling picture of the final moments of 31-year-old Maleesa Mooney. Mooney, who also worked as a real estate agent, was discovered lifeless in her apartment on September 12.

The last known sighting of Mooney was on security footage from her apartment complex on September 6. The same footage reportedly captured an unidentified man using Mooney’s key fob to access the building’s elevator and bringing plastic bags into her apartment.

Concerned after not being able to contact her for over a day, Mooney’s family requested a welfare check from the Los Angeles Police Department on September 10. Although officers responded to the request, they were unable to establish contact with Mooney. On the same day, the color of text messages from Mooney’s phone changed from blue to green, indicating a possible change in her phone settings.

When police were granted entry into Mooney’s apartment by building management on September 12, they found Mooney confined within a refrigerator, with traces of blood found outside it. Reports suggest that her mouth was filled with a gag made from clothing, and her head was covered with other items. Her limbs were bound using electrical cords and articles of clothing.

The autopsy report indicates that Mooney succumbed to blunt force trauma, with evidence of abrasions, lacerations, and contusions found on her head and body. She also had a fractured rib. While none of these injuries were deemed individually life-threatening, the circumstances surrounding her discovery suggest a violent physical altercation prior to her death. The report also suggests that suffocation could have played a part in her death, and post-mortem tests revealed cocaine in her system. Her death has been classified as “homicidal violence.”

Despite the ongoing investigation, no arrests have been made, and no suspects have been publicly identified in connection to Mooney’s death.