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LAS VEGAS– The ex-boyfriend of Debbie Flores-Narvaez, the missing Las Vegas burlesque dancer, was arrested on suspicion of her murder after her body was found Friday.

According to Las Vegas police, Jason “Blu” Griffith, 32, was booked Friday night and being held without bail in the Clark County Detention Center in the case in Flores-Narvaez’s disappearance.

Radar Online Reports:

Flores-Narvaez, 31, was reported missing December 14 after missing rehearsal for her production, the Luxor’s Fantasy show. Her dismembered remains were found in a downtown Las Vegas home Friday, placed in cement-filled tubs; an autopsy was scheduled for Monday, officials said.

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People is reporting that Flores-Narvaez was pregnant with Griffith’s child at the time and that Griffith had previously kicked her during an argument.

Florez was featured in Griffith’s video, “Sex Gamez”

Watch a video of the Las Vegas Police press conference on the matter.

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