Who Is Nataly Michel Rodriguez Romero? New Details On The Murder Of The Mexican Reality Star

The Mexican version of 'The Bachelorette' has some serious, ACTUAL drama.

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Enamorándonos (Falling in Love) is the Mexican version of The Bachelorette well known for its scandals, but now it’s becoming known for the death of one of its contestants. Nataly Michel Rodriguez Romero, a 25-year-old model and contestant on the show, was found strangled in her home in Mexico City with evidence of strangulation.

What else do we know about her? Who is Nataly Michel Rodriguez Romero?


1. She was known for her strong personality

She joined the show with women and men of various ages who were all “in search of real love.” She was young, happy, very into fitness and had a strong following on her social media accounts.



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2. Her death was ruled a homicide

According to Nueva Mujer, a Spanish language news source, “officers found the door of Nataly’s house ajar and her body was found on the floor of one of the bedrooms.” Many disturbingly graphic photos have been circulating showing her dead body, which had marks on her face and neck.



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3. Neighbors tried to help, but they were too late

Another Spanish website called La Silla Rota says that a passionate discussion caught her neighbors’ attention. When the noise died down, their worries dissipated, but when the argument resumed, they alerted the police. By the time authorities arrived, she had already been killed. The identity of the killer is still unknown. 



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4. This might be a trend and officials are denying it

In just the first quarter of the year, reportedly 41 women were murdered in Mexico City. According to the National System for Public Security, the first three months of 2019 saw a 9.6% increase in murders in Mexico since 2018. The report says 8,493 people were murdered between January 1st and March 31st. In December, when Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador was sworn in, he campaigned on a promise to reduce violence, but when confronted with these statistics, he denied them and said the murder rate had NOT risen since he took office. The president said he would create a new security force to rein in the violence. The move has since been approved by both houses of congress.

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Leah Scher is an ENFP finishing her degree at Brandeis University. She's an alumna of the Kenyon Review Young Writer's Workshop the Iowa Young Writers' Studio. She's passionate about Judaism, poetry, film, satire, astrology, spirituality, and sexual health. She draws inspiration for her writing from writer/director Wes Anderson, and for her lifestyle from her grandmother. Lastly, she's always actively seeking two things: a job having anything at all to do with publishing, and a chance to meet Jesse Eisenberg.