A 27-year-old woman was found dead at a home owned by InBev Board Member and Ex Anheuser-Busch CEO August Busch IV. This was confirmed by the St. Louis medical examiner’s office. Adrienne N. Martin of St. Charles, Mo was found dead on Sunday at August Busch IV’s home.
St. Louis County forensic administrator Suzanne McCune said there were no signs of trauma or illness. An autopsy has been conducted but results could take four to six weeks. Suzanne McCune would not speculate on the investigation or the cause of death. Suzanne McCune then went on to say that an overdose was among the possible causes.
The deceased woman has been identified as Adrienne N. Martin of St. Charles, MO. Adrienne N. Martin is an ex model and separated mother of one. A quote from Adrienne Martin on a modeling website said: “I really would like to do beer advertising! Since I have only just begun I can’t wait for my exciting times ahead!” As these modeling pictures show Adrienne Nicole Martin was a natural beauty with a ton of potential to succeed at her craft.
This is the second time the great-great-grandson of Anheuser-Busch founder Adolphus Busch has been tied to the death of a young woman.
From Wikipedia: In 1983, while attending the University of Arizona, Busch was involved in a car wreck that killed a young woman riding with him in his Corvette. According to Tucson police, Busch had left a bar early one morning and wrecked his vehicle while making a sharp turn at high speed. He was showing off speeding down River Road and lost control on Dead Mans Curve, just west of Craycroft Road.
His passenger, a local waitress, flew through the sunroof, and was killed in the accident. Busch walked or crawled from the scene of the accident without informing the police. Police found him at his Tucson townhouse over four miles away by River and Campbell, eight hours later with blood still on his body.
Manslaughter charges against Busch were eventually dropped after evidence (blood and urine taken from Busch the day of the accident) was lost or damaged
Art Margulis, an attorney for Busch, said Martin was a friend of Busch who was visiting the home. He said there was “absolutely nothing suspicious” about Martin’s death “It was a tragic death of a young woman,” he said.