Christy Giles husband, Jan Cilliers opens up about his spouse’s death after the LA police department found three suspects linked to the murder case on Wednesday.
In an exclusive interview, Christy Giles husband expressed how he felt when he got the news from the police regarding the suspect’s arrest, who allegedly was involved in his wife’s killing.
Allegedly, Christy Giles and her friend Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola attended a party from where they never came back.
“I sighed a sigh of relief,” said the husband.”But I also understand that this is just the beginning of the battle. There’s going to be a lot of stuff to get through in order to get these guys in prison.”
The 41-year-old husband also revealed how Christy Giles death affected his mental health. He is “facing a life without his wife in it moment by moment,” though he is “helping wherever I can and will do whatever I can to help Christy get some justice.”
“I know that I have to be strong, and I’m going to do everything that I can to make sure that my wife gets the justice she deserves, even though no amount of justice is ever going to bring her back to life, and she’s still going to be gone,” said the grieving husband. “But hopefully, it stops these guys from doing anything else to any other woman,” he added.
Christy Giles’s family and her husband believe that more victims are out there who need support.
“We definitely think that there are other victims out there. And we’d love for them to come forward and just add their voices to this case, to help get these guys off the street,” told Cilliers to the news outlet. “And that stops these guys from being able to victimize any other woman.”
He believed that what happened to his partner and her friend was a heinous crime, “they tried to leave. And they called an Uber. And whatever happened in the following 12 hours left them dead.”
As per the police statement, both Giles and Cabrales-Arzola were drug overdosed before they were found dead at the location. Later, the suspects drove the girls to two facilities in a dark-colored Toyota Prius with no license plate.