Police spoke with a man who was involved with murdered model Jasmine Fiore and believe a text he received the night she died may hold an important clue.
The victim and husband Ryan Alexander Jenkins (the "person of interest") were in San Diego for a poker tournament Friday. At some point, Fiore texted Robert Hasman, a former boyfriend with whom she was involved before meeting Jenkins.
Ryan Alexander Jenkins knew of Hasman, and was upset Hasman had been communicating with his wife while he was in Mexico shooting a reality show.
That show was I Love Money 3. More on that in a sec.
Jasmine Fiore is believed to have texted Robert Hasman Friday night, saying she was going to travel to Las Vegas to see him. Later that same evening, we're told Hasman received another text message from Fiore's phone that simply said:
Police think that Ryan Alexander Jenkins, right, may have seen the text Jasmine Fiore sent to Robert Hasman, then fired off the "suck it" text message out of anger.
Fiore's body was stuffed in a suitcase and placed in a dumpster in Orange County. Jenkins was the last person to see her and reported her missing Saturday.
He is now MIA. Cops are "suspicious" of Ryan but he is not yet a suspect.
Interestingly, Jenkins had reportedly been bragging that he won a boatload of money on a reality show after his stint on VH1's Megan Wants a Millionaire.
Ryan Alexander Jenkins appeared on I Love Money Season 3, which has not yet aired, after his stint on Megan Wants a Millionaire. He married Jasmine Fiore in March after meeting her in a Las Vegas strip club ... two days earlier.
Ryan told several people who have spoken out since he went MIA that he was the I Love Money 3 winner, pulling in $250,000. VH1 has not confirmed this.
The taping of the reality show wrapped around four weeks ago.