Female bodybuilder Debora Michels dead at 30: Fitness influencer’s body dumped outside parent’s house & husband arrested

Female bodybuilder Debora Michels dead at 30: Fitness influencer’s body dumped outside parent’s house & husband arrested

A FITNESS influencer was tragically murdered by her husband of 10 years before her body was ditched at her parents’ home, police allege.

Debora Michels, 30, was found dead on the pavement in a shocking turn of events which has left her community devastated.

NewsflashPersonal trainer Debora Michels, 30, was tragically found dead on the pavement outside her parents’ house on Friday[/caption]

NewsflashPolice allege Debora was murdered by her husband of 10 years, Alexander[/caption]

NewsflashDebora poses with Alexander in an undated photo[/caption]

The person suspected of her murder has been named as Alexander Gunsch, Debora’s husband of 10 years.

Alexander reportedly told police that he had thrown his wife Debora against a piece of furniture, causing her to lose consciousness, amid a heated argument which turned physical.

The suspect then supposedly brought her to a hospital so she could receive medical attention, but rerouted to her parents’ house upon realising that she had already died, local media reports.

Debora’s body was found under a blanket on the pavement in front of her parents’ home in Montenegro, a city in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil in the early hours of Friday morning.

A women’s aid advocate at the Specialised Police Station, Cleusa Spinato, said Alexander surrendered and confessed to the crime when police attended his address on Saturday, local media reports.

He was remanded in custody where he remains today, as a police request to extend his detention was granted on Saturday evening.

Ms Spinato added that police were treating the case as a femicide and Alexander was the main suspect.

Debora’s devastated brother Alex Michels told local media: “This situation is revolting. What our family wants is justice. You cannot leave anyone unpunished.”

A close friend of Debora’s, Deise Chemelo, described her as a “magnetic person”.

“She lit up every place she went; she only had friends, and she only did good.

“A fighter, an entrepreneur, there is no explanation for what happened. She didn’t deserve it. We don’t understand.”

The young woman, a bodybuilder, was popular on Instagram and had thousands of followers who tuned into her regular educational posts related to her job as a personal trainer and her active lifestyle.

Friends and family mourned the tragic loss of Debora at a funeral held on Saturday morning before she was buried in the Municipal Cemetery of Montenegro about 11 am the same day.

Police investigations are ongoing.

It comes not long after a DJ influencer was found dead with a gun in what may have been a staged suicide.

The lifeless body of Nong WanChiap, 23, was found lying naked on her bed in Bangkok, Thailand with injuries resembling gunshot wounds around her left ear.

A firearm lay on her pillow near her left hand.

Some of the young woman’s friends reportedly suspected her ex-boyfriend may have been involved in her death and alerted police.

Investigators supposedly also suspected he played a role in her death.

His body was discovered in his room, as some theorised he died by suicide to escape punishment.

NewsflashDebora had thousands of followers on Instagram who tuned into her lifestyle content[/caption]

NewsflashThe 30-year-old appears to have trained with Alex[/caption]

Jam PressDJ influencer Nong WanChiap was this month found dead in her home[/caption]

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It’s the biggest killer of people under the age of 35, more deadly than cancer and car crashes.

And men are three times more likely to take their own life than women.

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