Buena Park PD / Los Angeles PD / Invision/AP
Buena Park PD / Los Angeles PD / Invision/AP

BUENA PARK, Calif. (AP) -- Police investigating a reality TV contestant in his ex-wife's death say her fingers and teeth had been removed when her body was found in a California trash bin.

Buena Park police Lt. Steve Holliday said the investigation into Jasmine Fiore's death is on-going Thursday while the manhunt for her ex-husband, reality TV contestant Ryan Alexander Jenkins, continues.

Fiore's ex-boyfriend, Robert Hasman, told reporters that Jenkins is "an animal," while her friends and relatives hugged and cried.

Jenkins was charged with murder with malice aforethought Thursday.

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BUENA PARK, Calif. (AP) — Police investigating a reality TV contestant in his ex-wife's death say her fingers and teeth had been removed when her body was found in a California trash bin.

Buena Park police Lt. Steve Holliday said the investigation into Jasmine Fiore's death is on-going Thursday while the manhunt for her ex-husband, reality TV contestant Ryan Alexander Jenkins, continues.

Fiore's ex-boyfriend, Robert Hasman, told reporters that Jenkins is "an animal," while her friends and relatives hugged and cried.

Jenkins was charged with murder with malice aforethought Thursday.