Mystery Behind Tiffany’s Tycoon Dilek Ertek’s Cause of Death
There are many controversial rumors about the wealthy Tiffany’s jewelry executive, Dilek Ertek’s cause of death after she passed away on October 26, 2022, at the age of 71 but her dead body has not been found.
May the great businesswoman rest in heaven; we wish peace for her loved ones and our thoughts and prayers are with them.
The rich owner of Tiffany’s jewelry empire in Turkey is believed to have fallen to her death from a cruise ship during a dream vacation with her Swiss partner who has been investigated and released in the mysterious case.
Dilek’s partner was questioned by Tahiti police before finally being released because of lack of evidence, and Ertek’s lawyers are now whetting suit against the operator of the cruise ship, as well as discussing that is the duty of the country of Tahiti to resume leading the probe into the circumstances of her passing.
Beloved Ertek reportedly fell off the Norwegian Spirit into the South Pacific off the coast of Tahiti on Oct. 26 and her body has not been recovered. The tycoon’s son Gokce Atuk stated jewelry had vanished from the safe in his mother’s cabin.
Police are confused over the mystery of how the 5’2” Ertek could have plunged over a 3-foot-high guard fence on the ship into the South Pacific off the coast of Tahiti. Her son.
Closed-circuit camera footage shows that Ertek went overboard about 3 a.m., yet her unidentified 74-year-old boyfriend only reported her missing about 20 hours later, according to local news.
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A Possible Foul Play Dilek Ertek’s Cause of Death
There is no official statement about Dilek Ertek’s cause of death at this time, though some believed there is the foul play behind the case.
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Experts wondered how the 5-foot-1 woman ended up going over the 3-foot-high railing in her cabin. “It is difficult to fall from this type of passenger and cruise ship,” Mustafa Can, a ship captain, reportedly told Turkish media.
At the family’s urging, police questioned Ertek’s lover after the crew kept him under observation until the ship docked in Tahiti three days later. The man reportedly returned to Switzerland after being released due to a lack of evidence.
Ertek boarded the ship in Papeete, French Polynesia, on Oct. 24 and planned to celebrate her birthday in Bora Bora on Nov. 5, en route to Honolulu, according to Newsflash.
The Turkish newspaper Sabah cited a local official saying on social media that assuming the couple was staying in the same cabin, “I find it very suspicious that the missing situation is not reported.
“Because on cruise ships, daily activities and entertainment are organized frequently and everyone is in contact with each other,” he reportedly wrote. “People who cannot hear from each other inform the front desk and make an announcement. So it is confusing that the news of the disappearance is given 20 hours later,” he added.
Ertek, who opened the first Tiffany & Co shop in Istanbul in 1995, was a graduate of Mimar Sinan University’s Department of Architecture, the Daily Mail said. She went on the study at the Gemological Institute of America in the Big Apple, according to the report.