October 26, 2021

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Two men were found dead in the old Versailles mansion

(CNN Espasol) – Police said Thursday that Gianni Versace has committed suicide after two people were found dead in a hotel room at the former Miami Beach mansion.

Versace He was killed in front of his house Exactly 24 years ago, on July 15, 1997.

Miami Beach police went Hotel The Villa Gaza Casuarina, The house of the late designer is now known, at 1:20 pm after receiving a call from the cleaning service regarding the bodies found.

Ownership and management have changed hands, but there is a prosperous style.

Miami Beach Police spokesman Ernesto Rodriguez said Thursday morning that investigators believe the two committed suicide.

“At the moment, there is a scene in the hotel room and detectives have begun an inquest into the death,” police said Wednesday.

The final cause of death will be determined by the Miami-Tate Medical Examiner’s Office, Rodriguez said.

The Versace family sold the building in 2000.

He bought the house in 1992 and spent it US $ 33 million In developments such as the southern division expansion, pond and garden, property agents said when they returned to the market in 2012.

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CNN’s Tina Burnside contributed to this report.

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