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Vegas Burlesque Dancer Allegedly Chopped Up By Boyfriend

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Jan/18/2011

Police allege that the former boyfriend of Las Vegas burlesque dancer Flores Narvaez choked her, chopped off her legs then proceeded to cover the boy with concrete.  Narvaez’ body was found on Saturday after being reported missing December 14.

The former boyfriend, Jason Griffith, 32, Was arrested immediately after discovery of the dismembered body on Saturday evening as he left his job at the Cirque du Soleil show, Love, at the Mirage hotel and casino in Las Vegas.   He was charged with murder, battery domestic violence, and destroying evidence. 

Griffith was due in court again on Wednesday for a probable cause hearing.

Flores Narvaez danced in the burlesque show Fantasy at the Luxor hotel and casino.

- Gambling911.com Staff

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