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The Model Who Was Murdered For Being Too Beautiful....
Stay tuned for the true crime story about Raudha Athif, who went missing in a foreign land and whose case is still unsolved! Subscribe to Euphobia for more crime news.
Our story begins in the Maldives, a small island nation in the Indian Ocean. Raudha was born on May 18, 1996, to her parents Mohamed Ahtif and Aminath Muharrimath.
As she grew up, her natural features and good looks began to get attention from everyone around her. In addition to having a warm smile and a strong jawline, she had shimmering blue eyes that set her apart and made the world stop to look at her.
When she was 17, a photo of her went viral that was appropriately called “Maldivian Girl with the Blue Eyes.” I don’t know about you, but I actually remember seeing this photo on Twitter when it first dropped. It’s truly an image that will make you stop scrolling to absorb her hypnotic beauty.
After this image began to garner attention, she started receiving requests from modeling agencies, and from there, her life was never the same. But her passions didn’t end at modeling.
While she enjoyed this work, she wanted to be known for more than just her looks. She had a passion for helping people and excelled at science. So she put two and two together and decided she would strive to become a doctor.
After high school, she received a scholarship to study medicine at Islami Bank Medical College in Bangladesh, where she would spend her first two years of school.
At the time of her murder, she had actually planned to transfer to a college in Australia to finish up her degree and be closer to her family who had also moved over there.
During this period, she was so focused on her studies and becoming an excellent student that she had turned away from the modeling world. That is until she was presented with an opportunity she could not refuse.
In October of 2016, she appeared on the cover of Vogue India—which is huge! She appeared with six other girls from the Indian subcontinent for the magazine’s 9th-anniversary special edition.
In an eventual tribute to Raudha put out by the magazine, the beauty editor described how tracking her down was not easy and it required her to resort to reaching out through Facebook. She quickly learned that modeling was second place in Raudha’s life and that she would not do the shoot if it interfered with her studies—which it didn’t, but damn that’s dedication to academia.
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