Jasmine Fiore and Ryan Alexander Jenkins

Jasmine Fiore and Ryan Alexander Jenkins

Jasmine Fiore, a 28-year-old model authorities believe was killed by her ex-husband, may have spent her last night in a Del Mar hotel, it was reported today.

Officials from the Orange County District Attorney's Office told the San Diego Union-Tribune that Fiore was last seen with ex-husband and reality show contestant Ryan Alexander Jenkins, 32, on Aug. 13 checking into the L'Auberge Del Mar Motel.

Buena Park police said Jenkins checked out of the motel the following morning. Fiore, who was never seen alive again, was reported missing by Jenkins on Saturday about 9 p.m. to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

Mike Slosser, L'Auberge's vice president and managing director, said hotel officials do not believe Fiore was killed at the hotel, adding that there were no reports of anything out of the ordinary regarding the couple while they were at the hotel.

He said two Buena Park police detectives came to the property on Monday and Wednesday and that hotel officials fully cooperated with their requests and gave them access to the couple's room.

The San Diego County Sheriff's Department said its homicide investigators are not involved in the case. San Diego police have also said they are not involved in the investigation.

Fiore, who had been on a trip to San Diego for a poker tournament with Jenkins, a native of Calgary, Alberta, was found stuffed in her suitcase in a Buena Park trash bin a week ago today about 7 a.m. She was fingerless and had her teeth removed, an apparent attempt to thwart her identification.

Orange County coroner's investigators used serial numbers on Fiore's breast implants to confirm her identity. Police believe she was killed just hours before her nude body was discovered by a man looking for recyclables.

Jenkins reported Fiore missing last Saturday night -- before the body had been identified -- then disappeared. He told police she left their penthouse apartment in Fairfax Village in the 800 block of Edinburgh Avenue about 8:30 p.m. last Friday, police said.

Canadian police detained a man arriving in Toronto on a plane yesterday evening, but later released him after officers determined that he was not Jenkins.

Jenkins had been contestant on ``Megan Wants a Millionaire,'' a VH1 show in which a woman competes for wealthy young men. The son of well-known architect Daniel Jenkins, billed himself as an investment banker, but is reportedly a real estate developer in Calgary.

Jenkins was arrested in April in Las Vegas for allegedly hitting Fiore, and Canadian courts confirmed that his record includes a 2007 conviction for assaulting a girlfriend. He was given 15 month probation in the 2007 case.

It was unclear how the 2007 conviction got past VH1 screeners, but the network suspended the show. Jenkins also was a participant in another VH1 show called "I Love Money 3'' that has yet to air.

The U.S. Marshals Service is offering a $25,000 reward for tips leading to Jenkins' arrest. He was charged with murder in Orange County on Thursday.

"Mr. Jenkins is considered dangerous, possibly armed, and has the financial means to hide anywhere in the world,'' said Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas.

Anyone with more information as to Jenkins' whereabouts was urged to call the Marshals Service at (800) 336-0102.

A boat belonging to Jenkins apparently was found in Point Roberts, Wash., which is just south of Canadian border and Vancouver, British Columbia.

Jenkins could be driving a black BMW X5 or Fiore's white Mercedes-Benz CLS 550.

Fiore and Jenkins, who apparently married March 18 in Las Vegas, had a falling out in May, and published reports suggested she may have been planning to leave him.

Jenkins went to Mexico to do another reality show after the fight, but the two apparently got back together when he returned.

But Fiore and her ex-boyfriend, Robert Hasman, were in Los Cabos, Mexico, together last month, according to TMZ.com.

"Ryan Jenkins is an animal. What he has done to Jasmine is unspeakable,'' Hasman said at a news conference in Buena Park Friday.