A model whose body was dumped at a Los Angeles hospital Saturday night was last seen partying at a warehouse party hours earlier in video and pictures exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com.
Christy Giles’s lifeless body was allegedly left by men in balaclavas driving a car with no plates at Southern California Hospital in Culver City at 5pm on November 14.
Photographs and videos taken late the night before show Giles, 24, dancing and laughing at a warehouse party in East LA with her friends.
It would be the last time she was seen alive.
Photos and video obtained by DailyMail.com shows Christy Giles (left) partying with friend Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola (right) just hours before she was found dead and Arzola was dumped at a hospital in critical condition
Giles and Arzola are seen dancing and laughing at a warehouse party in East LA with friends
One of the friends, designer Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola, was also allegedly dumped at a different hospital hours after Giles, with heroin in her system, and is currently in a coma, Giles’s husband told DailyMail.com Wednesday.
Jan Cilliers, a photographer married to Giles, said neither woman would have taken those drugs voluntarily, and has been piecing together the women’s movements in a desperate search to find the men he believes are responsible for his wife’s death.
‘My wife and her two girlfriends went out to an East LA party. They were hanging out and dancing, having a good time,’ he said. ‘They were going to go to an afterparty in the Hollywood Hills.
‘Marcela took a liking to one of these guys. They all left together to go to this party in the Hollywood Hills. But they didn’t end up going to that party at all. They ended up at these guys’ houses. They left the East LA party at about 4:45am.’
He told ABC 7 that video allegedly captured his deceased wife being left by three men dressed in black and masked in bandanas driving a Prius without licenses plates.
Cilliers said he had been able to access his late wife’s phone and saw that she and Arzola were trying to leave the men’s home in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Giles’s (pictured) husband Jan Cilliers told DailyMail.com the two women left the party with the men they met to head to an after party but apparently never made it
Cilliers, who was in San Francisco at the time, says he awoke the next morning to check his wife’s location on his phone and saw she was somewhere he didn’t recognize
The model and photographer had been married for two years according to social media
‘At 5:30am the two girls exchanged texts,’ he said. ‘They were in the house together so it’s weird that they were texting each other. My wife Christy said “let’s go” with the wide-eyed emoji. Marcela replied ‘Yes, calling an uber.’
‘She said the Uber was 10 minutes away, and that was the last text message Christy sent and the last message read on her phone.
‘And then 12 hours later whoever was with them dropped off Christy’s body at an emergency room. Her body was already cold. Two hours after that they dropped off the other girl’s body at a different emergency room.
‘Her body was also cold but they managed to resuscitate that girl. She’s stable but still in a coma.’
A spokeswoman for the LAPD said the case ‘right now is an undetermined death and an ongoing investigation,’ and declined to give further details.
Cilliers said he was visiting his father in San Francisco that weekend, but realized something was wrong when his wife stopped replying to his texts.
Giles, 24, was found dead on the sidewalk on Saturday after three masked men dropped her lifeless body outside a hospital in LA. Arzola was left at a different hospital and is now in a coma
Arzola was found with heroin in her system, however Cilliers, said neither woman would have taken those drugs voluntarily and he suspects foul play
‘My wife and I share our locations with each other for safety. I woke up 7am and saw a text message from my wife sent at 1:30am. I replied and immediately looked up her location. It was somewhere I didn’t recognize.
‘I was texting her throughout the day getting increasingly worried about her and the fact she wasn’t texting me back.
‘Then by 5pm I saw her location had moved to the Culver City emergency room.
‘I immediately called the hospital. They didn’t want to tell me anything. It was really hard to get information out of them. I told her parents what was going on, her parents called the hospital and they told them that Christy had passed away.
‘It’s devastating. It’s hard to believe this has happened to anybody I know. The fact that it happened to the person I hold most dear in the world, it’s really hard right now.’
Cilliers has set up a GoFundMe to help fund an investigation, and has hired a private detective.
The GoFundMe page says that the two women were ‘drugged’, and at around 5pm on Saturday ‘Three men in an all black, masked in bandanas; with license plates removed, dropped Christy off on the sidewalk of a hospital.’
She was pronounced dead at Southern California Hospital in Culver City after her body was discovered
Giles’ husband Jan Cillers (right), was in San Francisco visiting his father when her lifeless body was discarded
‘Christy was already lifeless and pronounced dead at the scene,’ the page said. ‘Two hours later the same vehicle with two masked men dropped her friend, Hilda off at a different hospital.
‘Hilda currently remains on life support with no brain activity with little possibility of recovery.
‘This story is by no means unique. Since Saturday we’ve all received a number of messages from other females who have eerily similar stories, except the only difference between them & Christy and Hilda, is they survived.
‘We appreciate any donations that will provide the resources needed in order to put a concrete case together to bring justice for both of these beautiful, innocent young women who are no longer with us. Moreover, to protect every other female out there who has been or could be grossly affected in a similar way.
‘We are raising money for private investigators, funeral and memorial costs. These funds are going towards the investigations of both Christy and Hilda’s cases.’
The page has raised over $84,000 so far with a goal of $100,000.