ME Testifies Pills Played No Role In Sylvie Cachay's 2010 DeathDr. Barbara Sampson told the court that the bruises and the marks on Cachay's neck and the water found in her lungs showed that Cachay died of manual strangulation and drowning.
Fashion Designer Sylvie Cachay's Doctor Debunks Defense's Claim Of Accidental DrowningThe jury heard from Cachay's personal physician on Tuesday. She told the jury that Cachay was taking five prescription medications at the time of her death for fibromyalgia, a chronic pain condition, and for insomnia.
Testimony Continues In Murder Trial Of Slain Fashion Designer Sylvie Cachay's BoyfriendSylvie Cachay's best friends who take the stand to describe the toxic love life that ended in her violent death are like the swimsuit designer; beautiful young women from the fashion world.
Fashion Designer Sylvie Cachay's E-Mails Disclosed In Murder TrialMore details emerged in court Tuesday surrounding the death of fashion designer Sylvie Cachay. Her boyfriend is on trial for her murder at a posh downtown hotel on Dec. 9, 2010.
Friend Of Murdered Fashion Designer Sylvie Cachay Testifies As Trial ContinuesIn their last conversation, Lisa McHale testified, Cachay told her she had finally broken off the destructive relationship. Cachay's body was found partially clothed and submerged in a bathtub at Soho House Hotel two days later.
Songwriter Joseph Brooks Leaves Nothing In Will For His ChildrenBest known from his award-winning ballad "You light up my life," songwriter/producer Joseph Brooks killed himself using a mail order helium suicide kit.
Ex-Boyfriend Indicted In Fashion Designer's DeathNicholas Brooks told police he left his designer girlfriend woozy from medication and sleeping in a trendy hotel, went out to have beers and do drugs and returned to find police investigating her death, a court document released today shows.
Swimsuit Designer's Boyfriend Indicted On Murder ChargeNicholas Brooks, 24, will be arraigned on a second-degree murder charge Tuesday in Manhattan Supreme Court and faces 25 years to life in prison if convicted.

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