Revelations of the probe — and a private investigation by the family of the dead woman— come as Itzler, 44, is locked up in a Manhattan jail on unrelated charges of promoting prostitution and drug sales.
The woman, Julia Sumnicht, a 21-year-old Wisconsin college student, had been visiting Miami Beach, Fla., in March 2010 in hopes of breaking into the world of fashion modeling.
By 2004, Mc Lennan was earning around ,000 an hour, sometimes more, seeing "two to three clients a day for at least two to three hours each." When it came to catering to the needs of her well-heeled customers, "I was always on call." Natalie -- known as Natalia -- had hit it big; in July 2005, she was profiled for a New York magazine cover story.
Thinking she was beautiful, he asked her out on a date.
Citing text messages, surveillance camera footage and other evidence, the private investigators said Sumnicht and Prepszent spent time at the club, returned for two hours to the Flamingo Towers apartment where he lived with Itzler and left together again.
Julia then went to an apartment building where she was staying as the guest of another photographer.
“I almost died that night,” Itzler said of the effect the GHB had on him.
“Zoltan [later] changed all the decorating of the apartment. I vomited GHB residue all over.” Itzler said Prepszent retained a lawyer and hired another for Itzler after Sumnicht’s death. A Miami Beach police spokesman declined comment, citing the ongoing investigation.