Killer prostitute being deported to Canada

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Schwab declined to disclose Tichelman’s immigration status in the United States or whether she was represented by an immigration attorney.

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They were doing drugs and having sex the night he died, authorities said. Hayes had hired Tichelman several times previously.

Immigration agents arrested her after she finished her jail sentence on March 29.

She also pleaded guilty to a felony charge of administering drugs. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman James Schwab said a judge ordered Alix Tichelman, 29, deported to Canada because of her felony convictions connected to the accidental overdose death of Forrest Hayes in November 2013.

The paper reported that Tichelman was raised in Georgia and spent little time in Canada. The San Jose Mercury News reported Wednesday (https://tinyurl.com/kh57ayj) that Tichelman holds a permit to permanently work and live in the United States.

Then it showed her casually step over Hayes’ body, finish a glass of wine and lower a blind before leaving the yacht. Police said a surveillance video at the harbour showed Tichelman at first panicking and trying to revive Hayes.

(AP Photo/Santa Cruz Sentinel, Shmuel Thaler, File) In this July 9, 2014 file photo, Alix Tichelman, left, of Folsom, Calif., confers with public defender Diane August during her arraignment in Santa Cruz Superior Court in Santa Cruz, Calif.

The high-end call girl was arrested eight months after Hayes’ death.

An autopsy report listed Riopelle’s death as an accidental overdose of heroin, oxycodone and alcohol.

He was the owner of a popular Atlanta music venue. After Tichelman was charged in California, police in Milton, Georgia, took another look at the 2013 overdose death of Tichelman’s former boyfriend Dean Riopelle, 53.
SAN FRANCISCO — U.S. immigration officials said Friday they were deporting a California prostitute to Canada after she completed a jail sentence for involuntary manslaughter for giving a fatal heroin shot to a Google executive she had been entertaining aboard his yacht.

Tichelman was not charged. Authorities said a panicked Tichelman had called Milton police, saying Riopelle had overdosed on drugs and wasn’t responding.