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Who is Christy Giles' mom? Dusty says daughter may have been drugged and raped

The lifeless body of model and aspiring actress Christy Giles was dumped outside a Los Angeles hospital on Saturday night, November 13
UPDATED NOV 19, 2021
Dusty Giles (L) with her daughter Christy Giles (Dusty Giles/Facebook and christygilesx/Instagram)
Dusty Giles (L) with her daughter Christy Giles (Dusty Giles/Facebook and christygilesx/Instagram)

The lifeless body of model and aspiring actress Christy Giles was dumped outside a Los Angeles hospital on Saturday night, November 13. Not just Giles, but her friend, 26-year-old designer Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola, was also found on the sidewalk outside a separate Los Angeles hospital after the two spent the previous night partying.

While Giles was pronounced dead at the scene, Cabrales-Arzola is currently on life support with no brain activity. Cabrales-Arzola's friends have said that she has little chance of recovering.


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Who is Christy Giles' mother?

According to Dusty Giles' social media profiles, she studied at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and graduated in 2015. She has also studied Nursing at Wallace Community College. The 49-year-old is married to Leslie Wayne Giles. 

In the aftermath of Christy's death, Dusty claimed that her daughter must have been drugged and raped before being dumped outside an LA hospital. Dusty insisted that Christy had serious self-defense training from her father, who is an ex-soldier, and would have definitely “fought like hell” if not incapacitated. “My daughters have been taught literally how to kill a person with a ballpoint pen,” said Dusty. “My daughter is a military police officer’s daughter, her father Leslie served in Iraq.” The mother expects her daughter's toxicology report to reveal that there were traces of heroin. She believes the drug may have been forcefully injected. 

“The only way that these men would have kept my daughter and Hilda for over 10 hours would be by giving them drugs, maybe tying them up,” Dusty told The Sun. “I believe they drugged them to keep them and I believe they probably raped them.” “My daughter would have fought like hell and from my understanding from speaking to the emergency room doctor and nurse, they did not see any visible bruises, scratches, or any indication of an altercation," she added.

“My daughter has never done heroin in her life,” Dusty said, claiming there is no chance it could be a case of an accidental heroin overdose. “She has a cousin who did heroin once and got addicted. He’s been in and out of rehab twice. She’s very close to him and she was upset that he did that. She’s had close friends OD out there and she told me ‘It’s crazy mom, they lace this stuff with fentanyl and people do it once as a party thing and then they’re dead.” “If it was an accidental overdose, why not call 911?” she added. “Why do you wait 10 hours until she is dead to fling her on a sidewalk, remove your license plates, obscure your face?”

What happened to Christy Giles?

According to Giles’ husband Jan Cilliers, he saw a video of three masked men dressed in black dumping the model's body out of a Toyota Prius without licenses plates after they pulled up to Southern California Hospital in Culver City. He further claimed that Cabrales-Arzola was left in critical condition by the same men outside a Kaiser Permanente hospital in West LA about a couple of hours later. He believes Giles was drugged after doctors found heroin in Giles’ system. He believes Giles would never use it voluntarily.

“(Cabrales-Arzola’s) toxicology report came back and I guess they found heroin in her system, which is nothing either of those girls would ever, ever do, not voluntarily,” Cilliers told ABC7. He also claimed that he has in his possession “all the messages [Giles] exchanged with anybody else that night", and that she was texting Cabrales-Arzola “let’s get out of here” at around 5:30 am on the day they went partying. Cilliers said that Giles’ iCloud records claim that this was the last message she had sent before she was found dead. A phone app Cilliers and Giles used to share their location reportedly showed she was at a West LA apartment building early on the morning of November 13.