The woman connected to the infamous Las Vegas shooting involving NFL star Adam “Pacman” Jones has died under mysterious circumstances in the Bronx – and now authorities are trying to determine if she was murdered. Sadia Morrison, a 26-year-old celebrity stylist, was found dead last Friday behind 1065 University Ave., where she may have gone to visit a friend or boyfriend, police said. An autopsy was inconclusive, and the medical examiner is conducting further tests and conferring with detectives to determine if Morrison fell from an upper floor or the roof, or if she was the victim of foul play. Detectives are also trying to find a man from the building whom she may have been dating. There is no reason to believe her death is connected to the Las Vegas shooting, a police official said. Morrison was with Jones during a February 2007 melee at Minxx, a Vegas strip club. She was arrested and charged with fighting with strippers in the club and hitting a security guard with a champagne bottle. A shooting outside the club moments later left a bouncer, Commack native Tommy Urbanski, paralyzed from the waist down. She received 3 years probation from the incident. According to Morrisonâs brother, she became involved in the entertainment world at age 14 as a street promoter for rapper Jay-Z’s “Reasonable Doubt” album. As a stylist, she lived in Harlem and focused on hip-hop stars and athletes, teaching them how to dress and showing them the hot spots around town.
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