TV contestant drugged beaten and hanged by her boyfriend

Ruth Thalia Sayas on live TV 
By: John Roberts 

A beautiful young woman was drugged beaten and hanged to death by her boyfriend.

The TV game show contestant was drugged, beaten and then hanged by her boyfriend for revealing live on TV how she worked as a nightclub dancer and a prostitute and not as he thought, at a call center.

Bryan Romero Leiva has confessed to killing Ruth Thalia Sayas, 19, after she appeared in the controversial TV show “The value of truth” in Peru. The outraged boyfriend of the girl drugged her with a sleeping pill, and killed her with the help of a relative, hid her body in a well in Jicamarca, on the outskirts of the capital, Lima.

The taxi driver was arrested , just before he was to leave his home and flee to Ecuador, a Peruvian newspaper reported. The controversial, extremely popular Saturday night TV show sees contestants answer intimate questions honestly, that have been made outside the stage in advance, in exchange for huge sums of money.

The top prize is to answer 21 questions for 50,000 soles. Sayas decided to withdraw from the race after winning 15,000 soles.
But the damage was done. During the examination, she was asked, in succession, if her parents would be ashamed of her work,
if she worked in a night club and if she was ever paid for sex. In response, she revealed that she did indeed work in a club as a dancer, and had also accepted money in exchange for sexual favors.

She was observed from a nearby couch, by her parents and her increasingly angry boyfriend. This was not the first time the program has caused controversy.
The show which previously aired in Colombia, but was scrapped after a woman confessed to hiring a hit man to kill her husband. She also admitted to drug trafficking and corruption.