Emmy winner is found mummified and buried by trash in the U.S.

Emmy winner is found mummified and buried by trash in the U.S.
Emmy winner is found mummified and buried by trash in the U.S.

The body of 66-year-old production designer Evelyn Sakash was found mummified in her home in Queens, New York (USA), under a pile of garbage accumulated in her kitchen, seven months after her disappearance. The information is from the Daily Mail website.

She was found by a cleaning team on Tuesday (30). According to the report, Sakash’s friends confirmed that she had been missing since September last year.

According to the police, Sakash’s sister had gone to New York to send a cleaning team to clean the designer’s house, and that was how she ended up being found, buried in the accumulated garbage.

The police are investigating the case, but do not suspect that there was a crime. A coroner must certify the cause of Sakash’s death.

The designer won the Emmy in 2003 for the Art Direction and Set Design of the series “Between the Lions”, for which she was also nominated in the same category the following year. She also worked on other productions such as “Orange is the New Black”, from Netflix, and in the film “Taxi”, starring Queen Latifah and Jimmy Fallon, and which features the participation of Brazilian top model Gisele Bündchen.

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