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Paula Sladewski Mystery Aired on America's Most Wanted

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John Walsh and his America's Most Wanted crew aired an episode about the murder of aspiring model Paula Sladewski, who wound up dead in a burning dumpster early last month after being seen alive at Club Space.

In the above video, Space owner Luis Puig explains the club's policy when it comes to kicking out guests who get into fights: Both parties are asked to leave the club at staggered times so they don't continue to fight on the street. Which explains why Paula's boyfriend, Kevin Klym, wasn't allowed to leave with her. Walsh says that was "the right thing." 

You can view the entire episode on Hulu

Here are some links to previous Riptide coverage of the murder: 

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