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The mysterious disappearance of a Mexican ‘supermodel’ Gabriela Rico Jiménez who emerged screaming from glitzy hotel claiming the elite were ‘eating humans’ … and then vanished

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The strange case of Gabriela Rico Jiménez, a Mexican woman who unleashed wild accusations about a host of powerful people before suddenly disappearing, is one mired in mystery.

The then-21-year-old vanished in 2009, after a video of her emotional outburst and subsequent arrest went viral. In the aftermath it was widely reported that she was a supermodel, but no evidence of this exists.

Her case has now resurfaced in a recent podcast by Mexico Unexplained, available now on Apple Podcasts, as speculation over her fate remains. 

The incident occurred outside a luxury hotel in the Mexican city of Monterrey Nuevo Leon, where people were said to be partying. From there, she emerged in a frantic state, wearing a ripped shirt bearing the words ‘yum yum.’ 

She quickly began hurling accusations at the royal family, Disney, and one of the richest and most powerful men in Mexico, almost immediately drawing a crowd. The woman accused them of living in a subterranean base and stealing children and eating human flesh

She was swiftly cuffed by cops, never to be seen by members of the public again. 

The strange case of Gabriela Rico Jiménez, the Mexican woman who accused Queen Elizabeth of eating humans before suddenly disappearing, is one mired in mystery.

The strange case of Gabriela Rico Jiménez, the Mexican woman who accused Queen Elizabeth of eating humans before suddenly disappearing, is one mired in mystery.

A news report of her arrest that aired in Spanish the subsequent day still circulates today shows the unhinged rant about wild conspiracy theories that saw her arrested.

‘I wanted my freedom. Monterrey freed me but it cost me a lot of work,’ Jiménez is heard shouting in the 15-year-old clip, which shocked the country. 

‘I was in Mexico City for a year and four months,’ she continues, shouting in Spanish. ‘All this began in mid 2001. I barely remember.’

She proceeds to again plead for her freedom, claiming she was being held against her will.

She also makes claims of murder and cannibalism, while dropping some big names in the process. 

‘They were young and powerful, and they killed them. I’ve been knocking on doors –  What I wanted was my freedom. I want my freedom,’ she shouts, visibly distressed.

‘Carlos Slim Domit knew about this. I want my freedom,’ she continues, referring to the son of the owner of Telmex – a multi-billion-dollar phone company based in Mexico. 

‘It hurts my soul that they took him away,’ she adds – with police at this point arriving at the increasingly chaotic scene.

They begin to approach Jiménez, setting her off even further.

As she claimed others were indulging in humans as well, she was cuffed by cops, never to be seen by members of the public again

As she claimed others were indulging in humans as well, she was cuffed by cops, never to be seen by members of the public again

Aired in Spanish, the news report still circulates today - and shows how the rant that got her locked hinted at a conspiracy, in a famously corrupt country

Aired in Spanish, the news report still circulates today – and shows how the rant that got her locked hinted at a conspiracy, in a famously corrupt country

‘Leave me alone,’ she shouts, as members of the DIF Police of Monterrey descend around her.

‘They have already taken me to the police station, and there they told me that they knew nothing!’

‘They took me to the General Hospital,’ she adds, before pointing at one of the officers. 

‘You! You were there! Go get the [expletive]! You killed Mouriño!’ she proclaims.

The ‘Mouriño’ she had been referring to was Juan Camilo Mouriño Terrazo, a high-ranking Mexican politician affiliated with the National Action Party (PAN).

He died in the 2008 Mexico City Learjet crash a few months before, and was the Secretary of the Interior in the cabinet of then President Felipe Calderón. 

The government plane crashed into rush hour traffic close to the intersection of Paseo de la Reforma and the Anillo Periférico under mysterious circumstances, in the same city Jiménez claimed to have just spent 16 months.

All nine people on board, as well as seven on the ground, died. Mouriño was 37.

Known as President Calderón’s ‘strongman’, he led an aggressive government cull of Mexico’s cartels before dying prematurely.

‘They told me who did they kill? The Queen of England? The Queen of Germany? Did they kill the princesses and Mickey Mouse? It was also him!’ Jiménez continues, now pointing at another officer.

‘What? Nothing is going to come here. The people where you come from are crazy! They killed a lot of people. Death to that kind of human! Go away!’

This is when the accusations got particularly gruesome, with the woman now pointing to a supposed plot consisting of cannibalism, all while appearing increasingly animated.

‘They ate humans! Disgusting! They ate humans! I wasn’t aware of anything. Of the murders, yes, but they ate humans! Humans! They smell like human flesh!’ 

One of the officers goes on to approach her, apparently intent on taking her away.

This, however, spooks Jiménez further – who immediately begins to shout in protest.

‘You are not going to take me until this is clarified! You already took me there! Let me go!’ she shouts, struggling with the female cop who takes her to an armored vehicle.

Many of those interested have honed in on the mention of the son of now 84-year-old Carlos Slim in particular, who went on to become the richest man in the world the following year

Many of those interested have honed in on the mention of the son of now 84-year-old Carlos Slim in particular, who went on to become the richest man in the world the following year

Slim Domit's father - who is often accused of being part of a class of Mexican elite able to influence local politicians - has never publicly commented on the case, despite his family being mentioned

Slim Domit’s father – who is often accused of being part of a class of Mexican elite able to influence local politicians – has never publicly commented on the case, despite his family being mentioned

As she is taken away, never to be seen again, the newscaster narrating the footage offers on ominous abstract of what viewers had just witnessed.

Translated from Spanish, it said: ‘This is the sad reality of young Gabriela Rico Jiménez, who, as you saw a moment ago, tried to attack the police officer who managed to take her.’

A caption in a YouTube video of the archived report goes on to offer an account of her whereabouts with no citation – indicating that Jiménez ‘was helped’ by the DIF Police force.

It states that after she was detained in jail by the regional police outfit, she was sent to the psychiatric center of the Buenos Aires colony – where they said she will stay indefinitely until she receives ‘help and can be well cared for.’

No update has been given since 2013 – a year after the clip was reposted. 

DailyMail.com has reached out to the state prosecutor’s office for comment, as the case continues to garner a cult following.

Many of those interested have honed in on the mention of the son of now 84-year-old Slim in particular, who went on to become the richest man in the world the following year – from 2010 to 2013.

business magnate of Lebanese descent, he is still the richest man in Mexico, with a net worth of more than $100billion.

She also mentioned Juan Camilo Mouriño Terrazo, a high-ranking Mexican politician affiliated with the National Action Party (PAN)

She also mentioned Juan Camilo Mouriño Terrazo, a high-ranking Mexican politician affiliated with the National Action Party (PAN)

He died in the 2008 Mexico City Learjet crash a few months before, and was the Secretary of the Interior in the cabinet of then President Felipe Calderón. Known as President Calderón's 'strongman', he had led an aggressive government cull of Mexico's cartels before his death

He died in the 2008 Mexico City Learjet crash a few months before, and was the Secretary of the Interior in the cabinet of then President Felipe Calderón. Known as President Calderón’s ‘strongman’, he had led an aggressive government cull of Mexico’s cartels before his death

He derived his fortune from his extensive holdings in a considerable number of companies through his Mexican conglomerate, where his son, Carlos Slim Domit,  serves as Chairman.

Also one of the most powerful people in Mexico, he was wrapped up in a relationship with Jiménez, some unsubstantiated reports have suggested.

Proof of such a relationship has never been produced, though one of the things Jiménez said in her rant was that ‘everything started in 2001, [and] the one that knows the truth of what really happened is Carlos Slim Domit’.

Slim Domit’s father – who is often accused of being part of a class of Mexican elite able to influence local politicians – has never publicly commented on the case, despite his family being mentioned. And there is no suggestion her wild accusations hold any truth. 

Meanwhile, an alleged witness to the woman’s breakdown provided some more testimony on a blog called ‘The Black Manik’, where they claimed to have spoken with Jiménez at an unspecified location where she was sent to after her arrest.

Identifying themselves only as law student, they offered the following first person account, describing how they allegedly approached the visibly distraught woman with the intention of offering help.

‘At that time, I was in the same place where the girl was taken after being detained,’ it begins, not specifying the exact site.

The government plane crashed into rush hour traffic close to the intersection of Paseo de la Reforma and the Anillo Periférico under mysterious circumstances, in the same city Jiménez claimed to have just spent 16 months

The government plane crashed into rush hour traffic close to the intersection of Paseo de la Reforma and the Anillo Periférico under mysterious circumstances, in the same city Jiménez claimed to have just spent 16 months

Mexican officials at the time rejected speculation of foul play, despite the crash wiping out key players in the country's crackdown on escalating drug crime

Mexican officials at the time rejected speculation of foul play, despite the crash wiping out key players in the country’s crackdown on escalating drug crime

‘I was doing my practices in that place (I’m a law graduate) – I still remember her face full of despair, fear, anguish. 

‘She felt very weary of the environment and a strange feeling,’ they continued, before describing the alleged interaction.

‘I approached her and asked her some questions, name if I knew where she lived etc.

‘[S]he told me that we were all dead, that we were all dead, that we were among them, among other things rare… that simply left me paralyzed.

‘After 20 minutes of being with her, some tall, well-dressed people arrived,’ the person claimed. ‘They practically pulled me out of there.’

When asked why they were taking such measures, the mysterious officials told the student ‘it was just a poor girl with mental disorder,’ they claimed.

Asked where they were taking her, they allegedly told the student that ‘it was not [their] business’, before abruptly parting ways.

However, before they too ‘disappeared’, they allegedly stopped the student to ask what Jiménez had told them, to which they said it was merely something ‘insane.’

A caption in a YouTube video of the archived report goes on to offer an account of whereabouts with no citation, one that indicated Jiménez 'was helped' by the DIF Police force. and sent to the psychiatric center of the Buenos Aires colony in Chihuahua (seen here) - where they said she will stay indefinitely until she receives 'Help and can be well cared for'

A caption in a YouTube video of the archived report goes on to offer an account of whereabouts with no citation, one that indicated Jiménez ‘was helped’ by the DIF Police force. and sent to the psychiatric center of the Buenos Aires colony in Chihuahua (seen here) – where they said she will stay indefinitely until she receives ‘Help and can be well cared for’

Any trace of Jiménez, aside from the video of her arrest, no longer remains. DailyMail.com has reached out to officials in Monterrey for more information

Any trace of Jiménez, aside from the video of her arrest, no longer remains. DailyMail.com has reached out to officials in Monterrey for more information

‘The next day I went to the senior officers of the ministry and told them about the issue and wanted information because the girl’s family requested it,’ the unnamed alleged student went on to add.  

‘They just laughed and said: “Really, if she does not exist, she never existed, and you do not work here”.

‘I got a shiver and left – I left everything and left Monterrey,’ the anonymous person then wrote.

Any trace of Jiménez, aside from the video of her arrest, no longer remains.

DailyMail.com has reached out to officials in Monterrey for more information, as the case continues to confound internet sleuths more than a decade later.

The incident occurred on August 4, 2009. If out there, Jiménez would be in her mid-30s.



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