Filipina housekeeper found dead in Las Vegas hotel room
 
 
 
 
 
 

Filipina housekeeper found dead in Las Vegas hotel room

/ 07:58 AM December 06, 2021
Basilisa Tagget-Smith, originally from Bohol, was found dead in a room at Bally's Hotel where she had worked for more than thirty years. FACEBOOK

Basilisa Tagget-Smith, originally from Bohol, was found dead in a room at Bally’s Hotel where she had worked for more than thirty years. FACEBOOK

A Filipina hotel housekeeper was found dead in a room at Bally’s Hotel in Las Vegas on Sunday, Nov. 28.

Basilisa Tagget-Smith, 61, was found unresponsive and was rushed to a nearby hospital where she was pronounced dead.

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Tagget-Smith, immigrated from Bohol to the US in 1987 and had worked at Bally’s for over 30 years. Her death is the second to be experienced by her family within a few months.

In March, her other son Reggie, 42, shot and killed security guard at the Wynn Resort parking lot before turning the gun on himself.

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At first police considered her death suspicious, possibly a homicide, and even released a video of a person of interest.

However, her son Lemuel Tagget, who later spoke with the police said his mother died of natural causes. She apparently had a stroke.

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