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Police: Teen model found dead at Florida doctor’s home after night of drugs and sex

May 10, 2018  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Police: Teen model found dead at Florida doctor’s home after night of drugs and sex

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Authorities in Florida are have launched an investigation after an 18-year-old aspiring model was discovered dead in a doctor’s residence after a night fueled with partying, sex, drugs, and alcohol.

Olya Langille fatally overdosed on March 26th, according to an autopsy. Fentanyl, cocaine, Xanax, and ecstasy were detected in her system.

Langille’s body was found at Dr. Naval Parikh’s apartment in Fort Lauderdale. The 41-year-old doctor, who works at Broward Health’s emergency room, told police that he met the woman at Blondies, a bar, where they had drinks and went back to his apartment. The two then went on to “snort cocaine, smoke marijuana and had consensual sex” at before they fell asleep.

The doctor told authorities that he left the bed to sleep on the couch but noticed the woman snoring around 3 a.m. However, at 9 a.m., he called 911 after he discovered her unresponsive, NBC Miami reported.

Detectives recovered “several zip-lock bags containing suspect cocaine and/or heroin, and a drug pipe” in a nightstand of the doctor’s bedroom where Langille was found dead and naked in the bed.

Fort Lauderdale police said they do not believe foul play was involved in Langille’s death. However, her family and friends feel that what happened between Langille and Parikh was not consensual.

“I’m having a hard time grasping the sadness and upset that we’ve had in her family and my family because of her loss,” Leslie Maxson, Langille’s friend, told NBC Miami.

Langille’s posts on social media showed her partying with friends during the weekend she died.

“He [Parikh] had the responsibility to take care of her and make sure she was OK,” Maxson continued.

Broward Health issued a statement regarding the doctor and the investigation.

“We take these allegations seriously and have arranged coverage for this physician’s patients pending further investigation,” the statement read.

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