Jasmine Fiore was a model who posed in Playboy and was murdered in August 2009. Police believe her husband, Ryan Jenkins, is the man...
Ryan Jenkins Suicide Note Found
Detectives searching Ryan Jenkins' hard drive say they have found a makeshift will he wrote three days before the reality star killed himself in Canada.
Buena Park, Calif., police investigators say they consider the will to be a "suicide note" since it provides insight into what Jenkins was thinking as he sat in a motel in British Columbia in August as the target of an international manhunt.
The Life and Death of Jasmine Fiore
Jasmine Fiore, the model who was murdered this month (very possibly by husband Ryan Jenkins) was known for her looks, but was really just a small-town girl with a big heart, according to those who knew the Californian best.
But her dreams of stepping away from the modeling spotlight and working in real estate and as a personal trainer in a small town ended tragically after her remains were found stuffed in a suitcase in a trash bin in Buena Park, Calif.
Ryan Jenkins Still at Large in Canada; Megan Hauserman "Devastated" By Events
The accused murderer of Jasmine Fiore, Ryan Jenkins, remains on the run from the law and was described as "cool, calm and collected" by someone who saw him (and had no idea he was a fugitive) the night he escaped to Canada.
According to TMZ, Ryan Alexander Jenkins docked his boat in Whatcom County, Wash., before a short walk to the Canadian border. He spoke with a man who had no clue Jenkins was on the run, and later said he showed "no sign of remorse."
Jasmine Fiore Feared Violent Ryan Jenkins, Ex Says
Murder victim Jasmine Fiore was living in fear of Ryan Jenkins, the man now suspected of killing her, according to the Playboy model's former fiance.
Much like Robert Hasman, her ex-boyfriend who spoke out yesterday, Travis Heinrich has nothing nice to say about the man Jasmine went on to marry.