Jenni Rivera Body Parts: Horrific Video of Remains Leaked Online By First Respondent
on Dec 14, 2012 12:28 PM EST
The family of music sensation Jenni Rivera is said to be disgusted over a graphic video leaked on the web showing parts of her bloodied and dismembered body amid the wreckage of her plane that crashed.
The late 43-year-old's family would like the people behind the footage to be brought to justice after the footage was posted, which shows a severed foot with painted toenails.
Two Mexican police officers were incarcerated yesterday for looting from the site of the crash. One of the officers is suspected of having sold the gruesome images to the media.
Although the clips are yet to be confirmed as being legit, the Rivera family stated that they believe it's associated due to the items seen in the video along with the images of the mangled body parts.
A source that was close to the Rivera family told TMZ that the family is shocked that anybody would even contemplate leaking something so horrific, especially a first responder.
"We're told the severed foot was the most painful part to watch because Jenni was very particular about her feet and toes."
Christian Esquino, who is an ex-convict with a checkered past, is strongly believed to be behind Starwood Management, which is the aviation company that owns the plane that crashed, but corporate records list the 50-year-old's sister-in-law as being its sole officer. However, insurance companies that cover some of the company's planes claim that the woman is a front while Esquino remains in charge.
The 43-year-old Rivera died on early Sunday morning when the plane she was riding on nose-dived into the ground while she was making the trip from Monterrey to Toluca in Mexico.
Rivera was arguably the most successful musician in grupero, which is a male-dominated Mexico regional style. She had also ventured into acting and reality television.
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