Alix Tichelman Case: 'Call Girl Killer' Details Google Exec Forrest Hayes' Final Moments

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Alix Tichelman has been free for a year but faces new charges. Instagram

The escort convicted in the death of Forrest Hayes aboard his yacht is voicing regret.

The escort dubbed the "Call Girl Killer" is voicing regret about the day five years ago when she administered a fatal dose of heroin to a Google executive while on his yacht, as she's been indicted in the death of another man.

Alix Tichelman, 31, who has been out of prison for about a year, described the final moments of millionaire Forrest Hayes, who died aboard "The Escape" in 2013.

"He had been drinking and taking Valium, and though he seemed perfectly sober to me, both of those pieces of information that I know now, I would have never let him take the drugs," the 31-year-old told Monterey news station KSBW.

Tichelman was deported back to her native Canada after serving three years in prison for involuntary manslaughter and administering drugs.

She said this week that, despite what police and prosecutors say, she neither had sex with him nor did she casually walk away from Hayes' body. 

"I know that in the past I've done drugs, and not woken up until 24 hours later and so I figured it was something like that — which was wishful thinking," said Tichelman, who did not call 911. "I wish I could go back and change what happened but I can't and that's something that I have to live with and something that his family has to live with."

Tichelman says she's now clean and sober. Nonetheless, new charges against her are on the horizon.

A district attorney in Georgia announced Monday that Tichelman's been indicted by a grand jury in the overdose death of her former boyfriend, Dean Riopelle.

Tichelman has denied having anything to do with Riopelle's death.