19-year-old, Jazmin Contreras, was killed by two of her employees in the central Mexican state of Tlaxcala.
Contreras, who was the manager of a fabric shop in the village of San Cosme Mazatecochco, was suffocated by two workers, identified as Miguel and Oscar, who hated having a woman for a boss. "They could not accept that a younger woman ordered them around, therefore they killed her, because of their machismo," Contreras' grieving husband Francisco said.
Both men were identified through the disturbing CCTV footage, which showed Contreras being held by the men as they forced her outside. On Friday, her body was found in a nearby forest, a few days after her family filed a missing person's report after Contreras didn't show up to work. Both Miguel and Oscar have confessed to committing the grotesque murder because of 'personal and economical problem." Miguel, who is 24-years-old, is said to have owed Contreras 14,000 Mexican pesos (roughly $737). If found guilty, the men could spend up to 30 years in prison.