‘Tycoon’ hunted as Playboy model’s body found in bin

Author: By Guy Adams in Los Angeles

Ryan Alexander Jenkins, a 32-year-old businessman from Canada who recently
achieved celebrity on a dating show for wealthy men seeking a trophy
girlfriend, has not been seen since he reported Jasmine Fiore missing on
Saturday evening.

He was today named a ?person of interest? by police trying to establish what
happened to Fiore, a swimsuit model, after she left her Hollywood flat on
Thursday night bound for a poker tournament in San Diego, carrying a
suitcase full of money.

The web of intrigue surrounding the case, which already boasts all the
ingredients of an extravagant TV murder mystery, has been heightened by
reports of the bizarre circumstances under which the couple first met,
earlier this year.

Jenkins, an investment banker from Calgary, ran into Fiore, 28, at a strip
club in Las Vegas, where he was drowning his sorrows after being voted off
the VH1 programme Megan Wants a Millionaire. They were reportedly married 48
hours later.

The TV show, currently in the middle of its run, had seen him as one of 17
finalists hoping to woo Megan Hauserman, a pneumatic blonde from Florida.
Each of the eligible males was required to possess a personal fortune in
excess of one million dollars.

In a personal profile on the VH1 website, which was recently removed, Jenkins
boasted of being worth $2.5 million and said, ?He has left many amazing
women in his life primarily because he wanted more women.? He claimed to
enjoy ?moulding girls into princesses.?

Since going on the run, Jenkins has used his publicist to communicate with the
police through the tabloid website TMZ. ?Ryan is currently speaking to his
attorney and will fully cooperate with the police in this matter,? claimed
the publicist yesterday. ?He is planning on meeting them in the near future.”

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