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Chilling CCTV images show the final moments of a young flight attendant before she was allegedly gang-raped and killed in a hotel room in the Phillippines.
Christine Dacera, 23, was found dead in a bathtub in Makati and rushed to the hospital on the morning of January 1.
Prior to her death, Christine had checked in at the hotel with three male friends for a New Year's Eve party where more men later joined them.
She is seen in one of the images holding a glass of wine as several men follow her to the room.
Christine had been partying with at least 12 men, most of which were identified by police as gay, from the evening of December 31 until she was found unconscious in the morning.
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Eleven men have since been charged in relation to her rape and murder.
Makati police chief Colonel Harold Depositar said the 23-year-old had bruises and scratches on her arms and legs with traces of sperm on her genitalia, which police claim is evidence of sexual assault and homicide.
He said: "The victim had lacerations and sperm in her genitalia. Only three of [the men] were Dacera's friends.
"The others were practically strangers to her, as they were only known to her three friends."
The initial autopsy report of the cause of death was a ruptured aortic aneurysm, which could be due to very strenuous activity and probably a high level of alcohol toxicity.
However Christine's family, as well as the Commission on Human Rights, will be conducting independent autopsy examination.
Her Instagram, under the username @xtinedacera, shows she last posted a week ago on December 28, leaning on the door of an aeroplane wearing PPE.
She captioned it: "Last flight for this one helluva year," for her 12,800 followers.
Christine also posted a picture of herself on a balcony with a skyline in the background captioned: "First Christmas away from home."
Heartbreaking tributes have poured in on the social media app, one follower wrote: "Thank you for sharing your beautiful soul Tine, fly high. We're praying for you."
Another said: "I'll always cherish and remember your kindness at work. May you and your family get the justice you deserve."
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