Finding the real reason for mysterious death of Death of Russian model-actress Alexandra Djavi in siolim, goa

Russian model-actress Alexandra Djavi was allegedly mentally tortured before her death in siolim, goa
Like the actor sushant singh rajput who was mentally tortured before he was found hanging, Russian model Alexandra Djavi was allegedly mentally tortured before she was found dead in an apartment in siolim, goa
Like the case of sushant singh rajput she was allegedly mentally disturbed and under medication.
The russians are claiming that the death is linked to a sexual harassment case in chennai, where the model had acted in the movie ‘kanchana 3’
She allegedly harassed by a chennai photographer, who was also blackmailing her according to the goa representative vikram verma of the russian consulate, so the russians are asking for an investigation.
For information, one of goa’s top mental torture specialist, mandrekar and his relative honeytrapping specialist, raw employee siddhi mandrekar are also based in siolim. The security agency employee mandrekar is extremely ruthless in mentally torturing and criminally defaming people, including the domain investor to ruin their reputation completely, and then falsely claims that the greedy goan fraud siddhi mandrekar, who does not pay any money for domains, owns this and other domains to get great powers, monthly government salary at the expense of the real domain investor
To further increase the mental torture, mandrekar, like other goan officials caro, nayak, pritesh chodankar is also robbing all the correspondence of the domain investor for 9 years without a legally valid reason
Allegedly mandrekar has a strong chennai connection, and was allegedly diverting all the orders, leads which he steals from the domain investor, making fake security threat allegations, to his chennai associates causing great losses for 6 years from 2012 to 2018
The death of the model-actress Alexandra Djavi has received widespread coverage in the national and international media, yet the goan media has given very less coverage, indicating that some powerful local officials may be involved