By Rod Ardehali For Mailonline. The funeral for an year-old Dutch model who fell 14 floors to her death at an apartment complex in Kuala Lumpur was held in Netherlands on Saturday. Ivana Smit was found dead on December 8, after falling naked from the 20th floor of a building where she had been partying with a wealthy American swinger and his wife. Hundreds of mourners were in attendance for the service in Roemand, southeastern Netherlands to pay their last respects to the budding supermodel. But her parents have insisted their daughter's death was not an accident and have accused the Malaysian government of being involved in a cover up. The funeral for Ivana Smit, an year-old Dutch model who fell 14 floors to her death at an apartment complex in Kuala Lumpur was held in Netherlands on Saturday. Hundreds of mourners were in attendance for the service in Roemand, southeastern Netherlands.
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Local cops said the death of Ivana Smit, 19, who was building a successful career as a model in Kuala Lumpur , was a drug and booze-fuelled accident. But Mark Williams-Thomas, a private investigator who famously exposed the sickening crimes of Jimmy Savile in a TV documentary, says that if the incident took place in the UK cops would treat it as murder. Several hours later Ivana's naked body was found after she allegedly fell onto a sixth floor balcony.
By Tamar Lapin. December 12, am Updated December 12, am. Just landed in Kuching attending this years world Islamic economic form.
Kuala Lumpur: The death of a teenage Dutch model who fell naked from an upmarket apartment, allegedly after drug-fuelled group sex, is being treated as murder, Malaysian police said. Ivana Smit tumbled from the 20th floor of a Kuala Lumpur condominium and landed on a sixth floor balcony in December Her death made headlines after claims emerged that year-old Smit, the American living there and his Kazakh wife consumed large quantities of drugs and alcohol and had group sex. Police at first dismissed suggestions of foul play and a coroner ruled earlier this year that no one was criminally involved, while conceding there was likely a struggle before she fell. But Smit's family lodged a legal challenge and the High Court last week overturned the coroner's decision, ruling that "persons known or unknown" were involved and ordered a new probe. Police announced Wednesday that the death of Smit, who reportedly lived in Malaysia since childhood, had been reclassified as murder and they were re-opening investigations. A task force will be formed for the case, said Huzir Mohamed, head of the police's criminal investigation department. Police did not say who they planned to question.