Former Miss Uruguay, Fatimih Davila Sosa Found Hanging Dead in Mexico Hotel

Updated On 04 May, 2019 Published On

Former Miss Uruguay Fatimih Davila Sosa, 31-years-old beauty queen was found hanging dead on Thursday morning in Mexico hotel room.

Mexico City Police responded to an early-morning emergency call from the hotel, located in the central area of Napoles.

The cops found a woman hanged in the bathroom at the hotel.

The victim was later identified to be Uruguayan model Fatimih Davila Sosa, who represented her nation at the Miss Universe contest in 2006 and the Miss World contest in 2008.

Born on 1 February 1988, Fatimih was 31 years of when she was recovered dead from the hotel room.

In an interview with Fox News, a spokesperson from the Miss Universe contest said,

We are deeply saddened by the news and passing of Fatimih Davila, Miss Universe Uruguay 2006. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends during this difficult time,

Fatimih Sossa worked as a model over the years and had also appeared on the television show The Triumph of Love.

She had come to Mexico City for an alleged job opportunity on April 23.

Prosecutors reported,

An acquaintance helped her move into the above-mentioned hotel ahead of a job interview,

The prosecutor’s office informed a homicide investigation was being carried out to check into the death surrounding the hanging as to whether the Uruguayan killed herself or was murdered.


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According to Mexico’s daily news, the authorities are also looking into the possibility that Fatimih may have been the victim of a sex trafficking organization that promises foreign women to work as a fashion model in Mexico but then become prostitution victims.

There have been numerous such cases of models being forced into prostitution and murdered.