How did Julie Diane Williams die? Instagram model Tyger Booty found dead in Ghana
'We don't trust Ghana health authorities will do a good job so we want the autopsy done in the United States,' Williams' family stated
Popular Instagram model Tyger Booty, whose real name is Julie Diane Williams, has tragically died at a young age, as per the latest reports. She was found dead far away from home in Ghana, where she was reportedly quarantining due to a Covid-19 diagnosis. Ghana police discovered Williams' body at the Rayporsh Hotel in Abelemkpe in Accra on December 14, 2021.
Authorities later released a statement concerning the death of the fashion influencer, who originally hails from Atlanta, Georgia. "The family was officially informed of the investigations being conducted into the circumstances leading to her death," stated police officials. Williams' family wishes her autopsy to be done in the US and arrangements are being made to ensure the same. "We don't trust Ghana health authorities will do a good job so we want the autopsy done in the United States," family spokesperson Julie Williams told. It has also come to light that Tyger Booty was the mother of one child.
Williams, who had over 601,000 followers on her Instagram profile Tyger Booty, was well-known for her explicit photos where she showed off a tiger tattoo across her hips. According to the latest update on December 31, 2021, two local suspects have been arrested in Ghana in connection with Williams' death, though the exact nature of their crime has not been divulged yet.
In an elaborate statement, the police detailed that Williams arrived in Ghana on December 3, 2021, via Nigeria. "Having tested positive for Covid-19 on arrival, she was taken into isolation centre at Ave Maria Hotel, South Legon-Accra... Further investigation revealed that on December 6, 2021, the deceased was picked up by some alleged friends from the isolation centre and taken to Zoko Lounge at Airport residential area where she had lunch and was then taken to the Rayporsh hotel at Abelemkpe."
"Records available at the Rayporsh Hotel indicate that the deceased checked out from the hotel on Sunday, December 12, 2021, at noon intending to travel back to Nigeria but could not proceed because of visa issues. She returned to the hotel the same day at 2:00 pm and checked in again. On December 14, 2021, Police received a complaint from two of the staff of the hotel to the effect that the said Julie Diane Williams was found unconscious in her room at the hotel. A Police team proceeded to the hotel and after the necessary protocols, took her to the Police Hospital where she was pronounced dead on arrival."