El Chapo cartel ‘assassin’ Empress of Anthrax died from a drug overdose and was NOT murdered in a hit say investigators as it’s revealed she was found naked in bed by a male companion
- The Attorney General for the Mexican state of Sinaloa confirmed that Claudia Ochoa Félix died of an overdose and was not murdered
- The 35-year-old woman took to her private Instagram account and shared content on Instagram hours before her death on Saturday
- Ochoa Félix was known as the ‘Empress of Anthrax’ and alleged leader of an armed gang tied to El Chapo’s old Sinaloa Cartel
- The Sinaloa State Attorney General said that Ochoa Félix was not a part of any criminal investigations
- She vehemently denied her connections to the criminal organization despite her sentimental link to José Rodrigo ‘El Chino Ántrax’ Aréchiga Gamboa
- Aréchiga Gamboa founded the ‘Los Ántrax’ gang and is currently serving time in a United States prison after he was arrested in Amsterdam in 2013
A state attorney general in northwestern Mexico confirmed that a former model, rumored to have been the leader of a hit squad tied to El Chapo’s old cartel, was not assassinated but actually died of a drug overdose.
Claudia Ochoa Félix was found dead Saturday night in the home of a male companion she had gone out with the previous night in Culiacán, Sinaloa.
Mexican outlet Milenio reported that the man tried to wake up Ochoa Félix, who was naked in the bed, at 6:50pm local time, but that she was unresponsive. He then contacted paramedics.
The pair had gone out to a local restaurant and then partied at a nightclub last Friday.
Sinaloa State Attorney General Juan José Rios Estavillo told reporters on Monday that forensic examiners made ‘an analysis of the various [substances] this person consumed and they tested positive.’
‘All of this compromised her organisms which caused the death. But what we can assure is that the death specifically derived from a non-violent cause.’
A spokesperson with the Sinaloa prosecutor’s office could not confirm which banned substances Ochoa Félix had taken.
Claudia Ochoa Félix, who was known as the ‘Kim Kardashian of the Sinaloa Cartel’ for her alleged role as the leader of a hit squad, shared her moments of her final night out last Friday at a restaurant in Culiacán, Mexico, before she was found dead at the home of a male companion
The 35-year-old woman became a social media personality and shared her trips across the world, luxury cars and homes and even high-powered weapons at one point
Rios Estavillo also said that the man who was with Ochoa Félix at the time of her death was cleared of any wrongdoing and that he provided investigators with information.
The 35-year-old, a social media personality who was known as the ‘Kim Kardashian of the Sinaloa Cartel,’ took to her private Instagram account, clau8af, to share selfies and pictures of her last night out, which included a visit to a seafood restaurant in Culiacán where she consumed alcohol.
Ochoa Félix rose to fame in 2013 when she shared social media posts of her jet-setting across the world, displaying heavy artillery weapons, luxury cars and homes.
Sinaloa State Attorney General Juan José Rios Estavillo said Monday that Claudia Ochoa Félix died of an overdose and ruled out that she was murdered
Claudia Ochoa Félix is believed to have led the assassin unit of the Sinaloa Cartel, which was headed by El Chapo before his extradition to the United States
She was romantically linked to José Rodrigo ‘El Chino Ántrax’ Aréchiga Gamboa, who commandeered and founded ‘Los Ántrax,’ an armed gang that now protects Ismael ‘El Mayo’ Zambada, the co-founder of Joaquín ‘E’ Chapo’ Guzmán’s Sinaloa Cartel.
Following El Chino Ántrax’s January 2013 arrest in Amsterdam, which led to his extradition to the United States before he plead guilty to drug trafficking in 2015, Ochoa Félix was nicknamed the ‘Empress of Ántrax’ and keyed as the gang’s de facto leader.
She allegedly led the assassin unit before El Chapo was turned over by Mexico to the U.S.
Ochoa Félix vehemently denied any connection to one of Mexico’s most powerful organizations.
However, Rios Estavillo stressed that Ochoa Félix wast not part of any criminal investigations.
Claudia Ochoa Félix had over 295,000 followers on her Instagram account, @clau8af, and shared many of her trips across the world, including a visit to the Duomo di Milano, the cathedral of Milan