Woman dies after plunging off cruise ship following alleged fight with husband

Woman dies after plunging off cruise ship following alleged fight with husband

The passenger who died last week on board a Princess Cruises ship out of Fort Lauderdale has been identified as 52-year-old Almarosa Tenorio of Alabama, who was on a vacation with her husband, according to ABC News.

Almarosa Tenorio died after she fell from the Royal Princess as it sailed in the Caribbean between Curacao and Aruba on Tuesday. A spokesman for Aruban prosecutors said he was the woman's partner and that her death was being treated as "unnatural".

A witness on the ship told MailOnline: 'We are sailing the southern Caribbean.

The victim's husband, who is also American, was removed from the ship by Aruban investigators on Tuesday morning and the Federal Bureau of Investigation is reportedly also on the case. An Aruba police Facebook post said the incident "probably does not give a natural death". It was two passengers they had a row in the casino that night'.

The Royal Princess returned to Port Everglades on Saturday. Blood and broken glass all over it'.

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"We heard after breakfast time that there had been a murder", said passenger Tricia Schena. Ten police officers came aboard. Such was the force of her fall that one of her legs was reportedly severed.

It is alleged that he choked her before tossing her over the side of the railings on the 16th deck and she landed on a lifeboat, losing her leg, according to fellow passengers. The announcement was a criminal investigation was to be conducted before we are given clearance.

When the ship docked at Aruba, a "muscular" man was led away by police. The statement says local authorities met the ship when it arrived in Aruba and cruise officials are cooperating with investigators. Authorities have not yet released an official cause of death.

They added: 'We are deeply saddened by this incident and offer our honest condolences to the family and those affected'.

At its launch in Southampton, England in 2013, the ship was christened by the Duchess of Cambridge, who became the vessel's "godmother".

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