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Emotional Outburst In Court Hearing for Murdered Dancer

Ex-boyfriend charged with killing local dancer appears in court



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    Debora "Debbie" Flores Narvaez

    The sister of a murdered dancer from Maryland is now apologizing for her emotional courtroom outburst.

    According to Las Vegas NBC affiliate KSNV, Celeste Flores Narvaez regretted disrupting the hearing for 32-year-old Jason Griffith Wednesday.

    Her sister, Deborah Flores-Navaez, disappeared December 14.  She was from Baltimore and was once a Redskins cheerleader ambassador.

    The 31-year-old was found strangled, dismembered and encased in cement this past Saturday.

    Authorities charged Griffith with murder. During the hearing, he did not enter a plea or respond to the outburst. Griffith spoke only to acknowledge he had reviewed the criminal complaint against him. He's due back in court February 15.