Call girl with Georgia ties deported over death of Google exec

Federal immigration officials deported the call girl convicted of killing a Google executive aboard his yacht.

ATLANTA -- Federal immigration officials are deporting a high-priced call girl with Atlanta connections after her conviction for killing a Google executive aboard his yacht. 

Alix Tichelman was sentenced in 2015 for administering a fatal dose of heroin to Forrest Hayes. His death led police in Milton, Ga. to re-examine the overdose death of Tichelman's former boyfriend - well-known Atlanta club owner Dean Riopelle. She was not charged in that case.

While Tichelman was born in Canada, she was raised in Georgia. But on Friday, a judge ordered her deportation because of her felony convictions.

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