Former Miss Uruguay found dead at a Mexico City hotel

May 2, 2019
FILE - In this July 18, 2006 file photo, Miss Uruguay, Fatimih Davila, shows off a costume related to her home country during the preliminary competition for Miss Universe 2006 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Davila was found dead at a Mexico City hotel. City prosecutors said she was found hanged in the bathroom of one of the hotel’s rooms early Thursday, May 2 2019. (AP Photo/Lucas Jackson, File)

MEXICO CITY (AP) — A former Miss Uruguay pageant winner was found dead in a Mexico City hotel early Thursday, authorities said.

City prosecutors said a Uruguayan woman was found hanged in the bathroom of a guest room. City officials confirmed the victim had been identified as Fatimih Davila Sosa, who won the Uruguay pageant in 2006.

Since then, she had apparently worked as a model. Officials said she had arrived in Mexico City on April 23 for a supposed job interview.

There was no official ruling on the death. The prosecutor’s office said a homicide investigation was looking into the circumstances surrounding the hanging and whether the woman killed herself or was slain by someone.