Barbie Cruise ship killer: I’m a cruise ship killer, says woman who took her own life

A woman who went on a terrifying killing spree aboard a cruise liner after a row over the size of her breasts was caught on camera is claiming she was the victim of a cruise-ship killer.

The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was the passenger on a Costa Concordia ship that sank off the coast of Portugal in April 2015.

The vessel’s captain and other crew members were on a holiday in the Caribbean, according to a police report obtained by the Associated Press.

The video shows the woman holding her breasts and sitting on the railing, wearing only a bathing suit.

The footage shows the captain and the other crew member holding their arms and legs and sitting in a row together.

They are all smiling and appear to be laughing at the woman’s behavior, the report said.

The captain, who was also wearing a life jacket, told police he had seen the woman in distress on the night of April 22, and told her to get off the ship.

She tried to jump off the railing and the life jacket and he threw it to the ground.

He told the woman she was going to die and threw her overboard, the police report said, adding that he had “felt threatened” by her.

He had called for backup and instructed the captain to use his “last resort” — a lifeboat — because of her size, the Associated Report said.

Police also found several items, including the woman on the lifeboat’s railing, which had her breasts cut open and several knives.

They also found a pair of her pants.

“She was crying because she felt like she was being raped by someone,” the woman told police.

The report also said that she was “screaming for help,” according to AP.

She also told police that the captain, the lifeguard and the crew members had “inadvertently” let her board the ship without telling her and that she had taken her own lives, according the report.

Costa Concordian captain accused of ‘gross negligence’ in Costa Concord disaster article “It is clear that this woman did not receive a warning from her captain and had no warning of the potential dangers of the ship,” the Costa Concordians Costa Concordien captain was also accused of gross negligence in the incident, according a statement by the Costa Union, which represents the cruise line.

“The captain and others should have done more to prevent her from boarding the ship and then they should have been punished for their actions,” the statement said.

Costa Union also said the cruise company is “considering legal action” against the captain.

The Costa Concordes Costa Concordis cruise ship sank April 18, 2015, in the Mediterranean Sea, killing 34 people.

In April, a report commissioned by the cruise ship’s owners accused the captain of “gross negligence” in the death of the woman.

The crew and passengers were not given any warning of what to expect when the Costa Cruises ship came under attack.

“There is no question that the actions of the crew and crew members have contributed to this tragedy and their negligence,” the report read.

“At this stage, the facts of the case do not suggest the captain or any of the others are to blame for this tragedy.”