Cayley Mandadi Obituary – On Saturday, the narrative of Cayley Mandadi, the adored team promoter whose passing dazed the Trinity University people group, will be featured by “48 Hours.” “The Final Hours of Cayley Mandadi” will air at 9 p.m. on CBS.
Mandadi was most recently seen alive on Oct. 29, 2017, while going to the Mala Luna Music Festival in San Antonio with Howerton. He later told police the couple took party sedates and had consensual sex. At the point when he saw she wasn’t breathing while at the same time going to Houston after the show, he hurried her to a close by clinic in Luling.
Alison Steele, Mandadi’s mom, depicted the degree of Mandadi’s wounds in the 48 Hours scene.
“Indeed, even the most express TV programs don’t give you what I saw that day,” Steele said. “Did she drop out of a plane? Is it true that she was lost an extension?”
Mandadi was in the end pronounced mind dead and was taken off life uphold on Oct. 31. She was 19.
As per the clinical inspector, Mandadi passed on from gruff power injury to the face and head. Howerton dealt with indictments of homicide, rape and later, with hijacking. By February 2018, he had handed himself over.
Since there were no observers, there was banter regarding what prompted Mandadi’s wounds — attack, a fall at the show or the consequence of life-sparing methods performed at the clinic?
Bexar County investigators blamed Howerton for executing Mandadi in an envious fury after she attempted to part ways with him at the concert.
“This is where there’s more than what meets the eye and things aren’t generally what they appear,” said John Hunter, Howerton’s lawyer.