‘Call Girl Killer’ Alix Tichelman Sentenced To 6 Years In Prison For Causing Google Executive’s Death By Lethal Injection

Call girl killer, Alix Tichelman, 27, of Folsom, California, was sentenced to six years in prison on Tuesday for the murder of Google executive, Forrest Timothy Hayes, 53, whom she injected with a lethal dose of heroin, according to NBC News.

It was uncovered that top-dollar escort Tichelman first met Hayes through a sugar daddy website in 2013 before joining him on his yacht later that year.

Surveillance footage from the yacht showed the two kissing before she injected the married father of five with a lethal dose of heroin. Hayes is seen falling to the floor as the call girl walks over his body to finish the rest of her glass of wine.

“They greet each other – a quick hug – just a quick embrace. You can see that they’re engaged in conversation.”

“But there’s no audio. Then, eventually, she gets to the point where she starts to prepare drugs for injection,” said Santa Cruz Deputy Police Chief Steve Clark.

“We see her very clearly. She brought all of the equipment with her.” “She brought the drugs with her. We see her prepare the syringe. We see her – it looks like she’s injecting herself, but her back is to the camera. He watches this happen. And then she eventually injects him.”

“I get the impression… he’s nervous. He’s uncertain. But he’s going along with it. Almost immediately, he starts to go into distress,” Clark added.

“At some point, she comes to him. It looks like she tries to revive him a bit by patting him on the face and talking to him, holding his head as he slumped forward on the chair.”

“And you or I, if we found ourselves in that situation, would’ve been on the phone to 911, saying: ‘Oh, my gosh. Something terrible has happened. We need help.'”

“And she does none of that.”

Later in the footage, the call girl killer is seen cleaning the yacht: throwing out the drugs, wiping fingerprints, and once again walking over his body just before leaving the yacht.

“She is literally walking around the cabin of the boat, stepping over him, grabbing her glass of wine, carrying it around the boat cabin with her,” said Cruz.

The call girl killer took a plea deal which got her six years in prison if she pleaded guilty to killing the Google executive. Had she stuck with her initial plea of “not guilty,” she could have faced 15 years in prison.

Although she was sentenced to 6 years in prison, she could be released in two years.

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