Transgender prostitute’s fake boobs used by detectives in murder investigation

The murder of a transgender prostitute in Russia found dumped in a river may have been solved after the serial number on the victim’s breast implants was traced, police have claimed.

Tamara, 23, named Dzamshud Khatamzhonov at birth, was found limbless by a 17-year-old holidaymaker as he swam in a river in June.

Forensic police said the human remains appeared to be male, but said the victim also had breasts.

Authorities established the breasts to be implants and traced the serial number 3253426 TSX 359 to a Dublin, Ireland, based firm.

Tamara was originally from Uzbekistan and is believed to have had the surgery at a hospital in Russia.

From there, police claimed they discovered from the victim’s friends her last client was Yury Yanovsky, 52.

She met at a hotel with him in a city in January earlier this year before Tamara had vanished, police said.

Police set out to quiz the actor, but he fell from a fifth floor window in St Petersburg and broke his spine.

Yanovsky told detectives he had met with Tamara on several occasions.

He claimed he feared she would poison or rob him.

Police claim the actor confessed to stabbing Tamara and admitted he then used a saw to dismember her body.

He then allegedly dumped the severed body parts and her corpse in the River Mga, the the Russian Investigative Committee said.

If convicted of murder, Yanovsky faces up to 15 years in jail.

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