Walker said he never saw the woman or the car again.
'Looked stressed' Adam Curt, 19, a motel employee and Walker's nephew, said Jenkins "looked stressed out," adding: "He wouldn't look anybody in the eye." The motel manager said when the couple didn't check out, he unlocked the room and found Jenkins dead.
"A sexy car for a sexy girl," he told Megan Hauserman before whisking her off to the high-end restaurant.
We're just not able to say that yet." The final months of Jenkins' life were not short of drama.
The wealthy and handsome son of a well-known Canadian architect had recently finished taping appearances on two reality shows when he checked into a luxury oceanside hotel on Aug. Less than 48 hours later, the woman was dead and Jenkins had gone from a sweet-talking, suave contestant on VH1's "Megan Wants a Millionaire" to the prime suspect in a gruesome — and mysterious — murder.
The saga culminated Sunday when Jenkins was found dead of a suicide, hanging by a belt from a coat rack in a run-down Canadian motel.
Friends said Fiore was a model who worked mainly in Las Vegas and Los Angeles, doing gigs such as being bodypainted at parties.
She also was an aspiring actress and singer and had a bit part in a small 2008 horror science-fiction movie, "The Abandoned," according to the Internet Movie Database.
Lisa Lepore told The Associated Press last week that her daughter had the marriage annulled in May.