Erick Morillo, a global DJ well-known for mega membership hits corresponding to “I Like To Transfer It,” was discovered lifeless Tuesday, Miami Seaside police stated. He was 49.
Police told news site Local 10 that they obtained a 911 name to his house Tuesday morning at 5660 La Gorce Drive.
Morillo was going through fees of sexual battery after he was arrested last month. The DJ was accused of sexual battery on a lady in December 2019 at his house and turned himself in on Aug. 6. He was scheduled to look in courtroom Friday, Native 10 reported.
In keeping with an incident report obtained by Local 10, Morillo and the unnamed girl had been DJing at a celebration on Miami’s Star Island, and afterwards, they went again to his Miami Seaside house for drinks.
The sufferer informed police that Morillo “made a number of advances in the direction of her, some sexual in nature, however she refused all of his makes an attempt” and ultimately went to sleep in one other room. She additionally “reported waking up nude on the mattress, with Mr. Morillo standing on the aspect of the mattress additionally nude” within the arrest report.
Morillo is finest recognized for ’90s home music, together with his electro-dance observe “I Like To Transfer It,” which was launched in 1993 below the pseudonym Reel 2 Actual.