Anneka Vasta

October 26, 2011 by staff 

Anneka VastaAnneka Vasta, On January 4, two runners discovered the nak*d body of Anneka Vasta on a beach in Camp Pendleton, Calif., a Marine Corps base north of San Diego. The woman was so thin, young man who was initially thought to be a teenager. However, proved to be the body of a 58 years old.

Vasta was later identified as a former model and actress of Hollywood B-list, who posed nu*e for Pen**use magazine for more than three decades ago. The former model, also known as Anneka Di Lorenzo, was
Pen**use “Pet of the Year” in 1975.

According to the autopsy, the body was found with a broken neck and back. The cause of death was drowning.

Mystery still surrounds the death of the woman who once aspired to be the “sexiest woman in the world.” To help unravel the mystery, officials of the Navy Criminal Investigative Service is requesting assistance from the local population.

Authorities investigating the case are interested in how Vasta actually came to the remote beach 35 miles north of San Diego and are looking for evidence to confirm a possible suicide.

Susan Thoreson, Vasta’s sister, said Vasta was divorced and between jobs. She was last seen on 02 January, when he left her home in Los Angeles. Vast sister also told the Daily Mail that her sister “began to show signs of mental problems, some six or eight years.”

Authorities are asking anyone who may have seen a 2001 Mazda 626 sedan along Interstate 5. Extensive car was found parked at a scenic overlook coast, the top of a cliff 60 feet above a sandy beach, along with her purse and mobile phone. The authorities are also trying to determine if the incident was a suicide, accident or murder. According to the researchers, could not have jumped from the cliffs, the tide was very low in place for the body to hit the rocks.

“The most important question surrounding the mystery is that how you received from your vehicle to the water. We know that she died in the water due to some circumstances, but do not know how,” said Special Agent Rachel McGranaghan, a of the two naval investigators handling the case.

In 1990, Vasta and sued and won $ 4 million of her former girlfriend and Pen**use publisher Bob Guccione. She claimed he had sexually harassed her. Vasta, who went on to become a nurse, also had a history of mental health problems, including paranoia, was taking medication for their problems, but the autopsy showed no drugs in her body.

Vast left Los Angeles on January 2 and rented a room in a Motel 6. However, there is no proof that they actually use the room. There were signs of struggle in her car and, apart from her wallet and mobile phone, a leopard-print blouse and a sports bra with blood stains were found wrapped in a plastic bag inside the car.

In addition, a bloody knife was found in the Vast passenger floor and bars were found on the wrist of the Vast. However, these were not deep enough to kill her.

His mental problems aside, Extensive family refuses to consider suicide as an explanation

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