Euro Performer Charlotte Angie Identified by Tattoos as Murder Victim

Euro Performer Charlotte Angie Identified by Tattoos as Murder Victim

MILAN, Italy — Italian authorities have been able to identify a body found dismembered into 15 pieces as that of Euro adult performer Charlotte Angie, by her distinctive tattoos.

The body parts were found nine days ago in the town of Borno, located in Val Camonica. The tattoo identification of the victim led the police — carabinieri of the provincial command of Brescia and of the company of Breno — to arrest a 43-year-old man from the Milano province today on charges of “aggravated voluntary murder, destruction and concealment of a corpse.”

Angie had been working in the European side of the industry for about a year, with over 30 releases listed on her IAFD entry covering 2021-22.

Italian press reports claim the murder occurred sometime in January, and that the perpetrator kept the parts refrigerated until he decided to dispose of them.

The same reports indicate that porn fans contacted the authorities after information about the tattoos was shared with the press, and told the police that they recognized them from Angie’s adult work.

The investigators then reportedly established that on Sunday, March 20, Angie's car had passed through Borno, being driven by a man.

The man, now in custody, reportedly confessed to the murder and the concealment of the body. Italian news outlets have also reported that he put the body in a freezer in the victim's house and then, after tearing it to pieces, threw them over a cliff.

The Daily Beast has identified the accused as a banker named Davide Fontana.

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