Police believe she was killed elsewhere esxort dumped there during daylight hours, but they will not reveal how she died. It is understood Ms Martin's sexual alter-ego was popular with footy clubs, and she performed a live sex show for the Melbourne Football Club's end-of-season event at Channel 9 studios in the s, News Ltd reports.
Police believe Ms Martin may have been murdered by a client. On Tuesday, Ms Martin's body was found wrapped in a blanket and dumped in bushes off Lorimer street, in Port Melbourne.
Homicide Squad Detective Inspector John Potter told reporters yesterday: "We understand she would go to certain venues in order to meet clients. She told the newspaper 'Jazzy O' had built a loyal following at clubs and bucks night with her 'out-there performance', and despite her age was still 'definitely in demand'.
Clients of year-old Johanna Martin, known as 'Jazzy-O' or 'Honie', included football players and celebrities. Yesterday police came one step closer to solving the mystery surrounding her death after they located her pet dog, Suzie, inside her Mercedes sports car in Port Melbourne.
She invested her riches in properties in Port Melbourne and the Docklands, and wore diamonds on every finger, Ms Fensom said. An autopsy revealed only minor injuries to her face. She was last melbourbe in St Kilda at 4am on Sunday morning, 24 hours before her body was found.
Story continues Johanna Martin made her riches through the sex profession. Ms Fensom described Ms Martin as a 'really nice person'.
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The year-old worked as a street prostitute in St Kilda and was a known drug user. Dead escort knew secrets of Melbourne's elite Read full article 14 Octoberam A veteran escort who spent decades working in nelbourne sex industry mingled with the city's elite and kept secrets about their sordid hidden lives, News Ltd reports.
Homicide Squad detectives say Ms Martin left her South Melbourne apartment with her pet dog shortly before 10am on Tuesday morning. The model sports car was discovered in a car park near the corner of Graham Street and Evans Street, not far from where her body was dumped, following an appeal by homicide detectives.
Away from the profession, Ms Martin was a grandmother and wife of 30 years to a truck driver who died several years ago. Police have ruled out any melbourn to the death of Karina Ann Bell, another Southbank resident whose body was found dumped in a lane at South Caulfield on Monday.
Club owner and entrepreneur Maxine Fensom told The Australian Ms Martin was 'extremely successful' and found wealth through her 'erotic' and extreme strip shows and prostitution. Photo: Supplied.
Inspector Potter said police are following some lines of inquiry in their investigation, but have no suspects as yet. A 'legend' of the sex industry, Ms Martin knew of all the dark and tightly-kept secort about politicians, sports star, lawyers and Australia's most senior business figures, that circulated within, News Ltd reports.
We can't discount the fact this is exactly what's happened here and clearly something's gone wrong.