They partied after she died

L-R Christine Englehardt Evoire Collier and Dorian Taylor

The two men visiting South Beach from Greensboro, North Carolina have officially been arrested and charged for drugging and raping a woman who later died in her hotel bed. The woman was found half-dressed and dead inside her room back on Thursday.

Evoire Collier, 21, and Dorian Taylor, 24 - both from Greensboro, North Carolina - were arrested Monday on charges that they drugged and raped her and stole her credit cards, according to police reports cited by The Post. The Miami-Dade Medical Examiner's Office is conducting further examinations, and the cause of death has yet to be confirmed.

According to The Miami Herald, police are investigating whether Englehardt died of an overdose, likely from a pill supplied by the suspects. It's unclear whether she willingly took the pill, or if she took it unknowingly.

Once captured wearing the same trousers he's seen wearing in the video, Collier said Taylor gave the woman a "green pill", but according to the report, it was unclear to authorities if she took it willingly or if they believe was slipped to her. He claimed that they each had sex with the victim and, at one point, Taylor forced himself on her as she appeared to be unconscious, the report stated.

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Collier and Taylor have been charged with burglary with battery, sexual battery, petty theft, and the fraudulent use of a credit card.

During Monday's bond hearing, a Miami Beach detective testified that by the time they reached the elevator, "The defendant was holding her from behind, holding her by the neck so she could stand". Judge Glazer added, "He couldn't even pick up the phone to call police or 911 after they did whatever it is they did to her". Police say they used the stolen cards to continue to party.

According to Miami Heraldboth men are being held in jail until their official trial. He still had the woman's phone and some green pills in his possession.

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