The burned woman’s body found on January 2nd night in a North Miami trash bin has been identified as 26-year old Playboy Model Paula Sladewski.
She and her 32-year old boyfriend Kevin Klym had flew into South Florida to spend New Year’s Eve at a Lady Gaga concert at Miami Beach’s posh Fontainebleau. It is reported to that they got into a fight when he wanted her leave the club and he got thrown out of the club. Later, Kevin filed a missing person’s report.
She was with her boyfriend, Kevin Klym, 34. The two got into a fight at the club, according to a missing person’s report he filed. Klym told authorities he wanted to leave because she was “too drunk.” She yelled at him and bouncers threw him out of the club.
He took a taxi to their Miami Beach hotel, and told police it was the last time he had seen her.
Klym called hospitals and police stations, but couldn’t find his girlfriend. He told police that she was last seen wearing a short blue dress and black six-inch heels.
That same Sunday, a few hours before the missing person’s report was made, a man spotted a fire from a Dumpster in the 1400 block of Northeast 130th Street in North Miami. The body was “burned beyond recognition,” said Lt. Neal Cuevas, a North Miami police spokesman. Nothing else was found in the trash bin.
Obviously, Klym is a person of interest but police are still trying to figure of her moves. Paula’s step father did confirm their “volatile relationship” as they fought a lot.
In a telephone interview, Watkins, her stepfather, said Klym told them the pair had been “out together dancing and they got in a fight at a bar. He left her there.”
The couple often fought and had a “very volatile relationship,” Watkins said.
Court records in San Bernardino County, Calif., show that domestic violence charges were filed against her last June.
The couple, who had been together for two years, split their time between Michigan and Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
She worked as a Playboy model in a 2003 video, Playboy: The Ultimate Playmate Search.
I hope her killer is identified soon and brought to justice.