Family raises questions after teen model falls 20 floors to her death (video)


A Dutch teen model died after she fell from a 20th-floor apartment in Malaysia, and her family thinks the fall was foul play. The incident happened when the 18-year-old beauty joined a pair of American “swingers” at their home, and after she had taken powerful drugs, according to a new report.

Ivana Smit was found naked at around 3 p.m. on the sixth-floor balcony of a Kuala Lumpur condo last Thursday, reports Express UK. Police said the fall was accidental, but Smit’s father thinks she was pushed.

“She did not fall and did not jump either,” Marcel Smit reportedly told the Dutch press. He believes the police just want to “close the case quickly.”

According to the report, Smit sent her boyfriend a selfie and told him she was at an American couple’s apartment in the early morning hours that Thursday, after she’d spent a night out partying. Smit’s father claims that the couple she was referring to were “swingers,” and that the wealthy “crypto-currency trader” and his Kazakhstani wife often brought young models home.

“Drugs and such sex parties are from a world that is not so much Ivana’s,” he reportedly said.

Police say the teen was intoxicated when she fell. A blood test revealed traces of alcohol and ecstasy.

Oddly, however, officials reportedly said she’d fallen at around 10 a.m., leaving Smit’s father to wonder why her fall had not been reported earlier.

“It’s very strange that this American couple did nothing while Ivana’s things were lying in their apartment,” her father said.

The couple claims to have slept through the fall then gone about their day.

“Her clothes have been found, but her shoes and underwear haven’t. The police haven’t looked at her mobile phones,” said her uncle, Fred Agenjo. “We want a thorough investigation. If it turns out it was an accident or a reckless act by Ivana, we can live with that.”

The family has contacted Interpol to investigate the matter.


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