A young woman appeared on a TV series Honestly overcome fear when a teenager was found dead in an abandoned California home, authorities said.
The body of Ashley Tropez, who appeared on the reality TV show in 2011, was found after the Victorville Police Department responded to a report of a dead body inside a Victorville property, San Bernardino Police Department said in a Press Release Saturday. She is 24 years old.
“On arrival, delegates placed Ashley Tropez in the home, suffering from traumatic injuries,” the statement said. The exact nature of Tropez’s injuries and cause of death were not disclosed.
After Tropez’s body was found, investigators arrested 24-year-old Alexis Call as a suspect in Tropez’s murder. The report said that authorities believe Tropez and Call knew each other, and that they “may have squatted at the mansion”. The call is being held at the High Desert Detention Center and is scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday, Page six report.
Tropez appeared on prison exhibition A&E when she was 17 years old. The series, which aired its last episode in 2015, examines “shows for troubled youth in which inmates reveal the realities of prison life in the hope of stopping them from falling into the trap of life.” crime life.”
Tropez appeared on the show after being accused of “fighting, getting into trouble, and selling weed,” and identified as a gang member. It was hoped that an insight into the penalty system could put Tropez in a different direction.
But a year since she joined the show, Tropez insists the experience hasn’t changed much for her. “I am still the same person,” Tropez said at the time. “I was just everywhere, from friends’ houses to family homes. Just chills.”