It has come to light that the well-known Instagram model Tyger Booty, whose real name was Julie Diane Williams and who passed away at a young age, had a tragically short life. Her body was found in Ghana. On December 14, 2021, the body of Williams was discovered by officials in Ghana in the Rayporsh Hotel in Abelemkpe, which is located in Accra.
What happened to Tyger Booty, aka Julie Diane Williams?
While Tyger Booty was in Ghana, she allegedly met a Nigerian businessman named Bright Udiagbe, also known as Big Slim, according to the Ghanaian police. Big Slim is an investor in the hotel industries of both Nigeria and Ghana and owns several businesses in both countries. Even six weeks ago, Tyger Booty shared a photo of herself at the SilverFox Exotic club in Lagos on Instagram. Tyger Booty died in a hotel in Accra’s suburb of Abelemkpe in December 2021. Since her demise, the Ghanaian police have been investigating her passing.
They have been looking into her entrance into the country, her interactions with locals and the US embassy, and any arrests related to her death. On the radio, the Chief Superintendent Alexander Obeng of the Public Relations Unit of the Accra Regional Police Department indicated that the investigation into Tyger’s case had been started with the Tesano Police Department and was currently in the process of being forwarded to the headquarters. Police revealed her death at the Rayporsh Hotel on December 14, 11 days after arriving in Ghana from the US via Nigeria.
More details about the case were discussed
The preliminary police investigation found that the American, who unfortunately died in Ghana on December 3, 2021, was travelling from Nigeria. The woman was placed in quarantine at the Ave Maria Hotel in South Legon-Accra after the Ghanaian authorities released a statement saying that she had tested positive for COVID-19 upon arrival and that the results had been revealed.
Chief Inspector Lawrence Anane prosecuted Big Slim and other model death defendants at Kaneshie District Court. After hearing their cases, the judge decided to release them on bail with two sureties and 100,000 Ghana cedis apiece. Chief Inspector Anane disclosed in the courtroom that the deceased person and Big Slim had been working together for the previous five years. When asked about pressing forward with the trial, the authorities in Ghana indicated they were waiting for an autopsy on Tyger Booty’s death before deciding how to proceed.
After Bright Udiagb and four other people were held in connection with the slaying of Julie Diane Williams, the Kaneshie District Court opted to release them on bond and set no further charges against them. Susan Azor, who works for Udiagbe, and Gideon Kwafio, both in the kitchen and the front desk. George Ntsor, who works in the yard, and Odoi Laryea, who works security, are all employees at the Rayporsh Hotel in the nation’s capital, where the model’s body was found.