Call Girl Accused Of Killing Google Exec

A high-priced call girl is accused of administering a lethal dose of heroin to a Google executive on his yacht, walking over his dead body and leaving the scene. INSIDE EDITION has more.

She's the woman accused of a shocking crime. Twenty-six-year-old Alix Tichelman appeared in court all made up in dark eyeliner and red lipstick, and vivid tattoos on her arms.

She's charged with injecting a wealthy Google executive with heroin, then leaving him to die from an overdose on board his yacht named "Escape" in Santa Cruz, California.

Instead of going for help, cops say according to the yacht surveillance video, the call girl gathered up her belongings, stepped over the body of the Google executive, and coldly finished her glass of wine. But cops say she made a big mistake. She left a fingerprint on the wine glass. 

In a video she posted online, she gives tips on how to apply eye makeup like the kind she wore in court.

Alix Tichelman grew up in Georgia. She describes herself on social media as a "makeup artist, writer, model, hustler, and exotic dancer."

Apparently she loves monkeys, judging from some online photos of her.  In one photo she is with one pet monkey and you can see the tattoo on her right arm reads: "Till death do us part."

Her Facebook page has a poem she wrote about heroin that says it "makes you feel so warm inside, yet makes your heart so cold."

She says her favorite TV show is Dexter, about a serial killer.  

And she posted an eerie message just last month saying it was "really nice to talk with someone about killing sprees and murdering people in cold blood."

INSIDE EDITION spoke to criminal profiler Pat Brown, who said, "She likes the dark side. She likes walking on the wild side. She gets a thrill out of that kind of lifestyle."

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The name Tichelman is not made up. That really is her legit name. Her dad, Bart Tichelman is a tech executive.

The victim, who she allegedly left to die is 51-year-old Forrest Hayes, who was married for 17 years  with five children.

He worked at Google as an executive in the department that developed Google Glass. An obituary calls him a "family man" and says, "More than anything else he enjoyed spending time with his family at home and on his boat."

Police say he met Tichelman on the website which calls itself #1 in sugar daddy dating, hooking up women with rich, older guys.

Jennifer Gwynn is a spokesperson for the website. She told INSIDE EDITION, "This is a dating website. We do not allow any escorts or prostitutes to use our website, and in this particular case, the suspect's profile had no indication that she was using our site inappropriately."

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Now, Tichelman finds herself under serious scrutiny with police wondering if she may have done this before.