Paula Monica Gimenez Wiki – Paula Monica Gimenez Bio
Paula Monica Gimenez, a rapper known as “Gemma” or “Chiny,” was found hanged at her home in Posadas, Argentina, on December 25. Although her death was originally ruled a suicide, it is now being investigated as a suspicious death, police said, according to local media outlet Infobae. The latest development comes as new evidence was found about Gimenez’s ex-boyfriend, 21-year-old Franco N., according to The Sun.
She was 21 years old.
Paula Monica Gimenez Death Cause
Investigators found that Gimenez had spent the early hours of Christmas morning with Franco and other friends at a party before returning to her home across the street at around 7 a.m., Infobae reported. Her ex-boyfriend accompanied her, the outlet wrote, and he stayed with her for about 20 minutes before leaving.
Shortly after, the host of the party and Franco’s friend, identified as Rodrigo, received a call from Franco asking him to go check on Gimenez. Franco told Rodrigo that she’d sent him photos of a knife and a noose and was threatening to harm herself if he didn’t return, Infobae reported. Rodrigo entered Gimenez’s home and found the rapper hanged with a cable, the outlet wrote, but was unable to save her and contacted the authorities.
After Gimenez was found dead, police questioned the guests at the party she’d attended before her death as well as her ex-boyfriend but Franco was released several hours later, The Sun reported. Infobae wrote that Franco said he and Gimenez had been split up for six months and she had frequently threatened to hurt herself if they didn’t get back together.
Gimenez was the mother of a young girl aged around six from a previous relationship but her daughter had been spending the holidays with her father, Infobae wrote. In the course of their investigation, police found that Franco had been threatening Gimenez and her daughter through fake social media profiles and said, “If I see you close again, you and your daughter will regret it.”
Gimenez’s neighbors also said their relationship was “violent” and “toxic,” prompting Gimenez to consider a restraining order against Franco, Misiones Online reported. The outlet also wrote that a violent argument between the two was the reason her daughter was in the custody of the child’s father.