Timeline: The suspicious death of Amie Harwick_obagi freckle removal

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  • Amie HarwickAmerican therapist and writer (1981-2020)

In the early morning hours of February 15, 2020, Los Angeles police officers responding to a call for a "woman screaming" found Amie Harwick, 38, lying on the ground battered and unresponsive beneath the third-floor balcony of her Hollywood Hills home. Harwick later died from blunt-force injuries

The Hollywood therapist's final hours start the day before Valentine's Day 2020.

February 13, 2020: A message of friendship and love

Amie Harwick and Drew Carey / Credit: Robert Coshland
Amie Harwick and Drew Carey / Credit: Robert Coshland

Amie Harwick texts Drew Carey, her former fiancée and host of CBS' "The Price Is Right," for the first time in a while since their breakup in October 2018. Carey had introduced Amie to his audience as his fiancée on Valentine's Day 2018. In the text, Amie tells Carey in the spirit of friendship and forgiveness she "would love to get together" with him and talk. For his part, Carey was elated to hear from her, and he told her "I would love to do that ... I love you." They agreed to meet after the Valentine's Day holiday weekend. Tragically, Amie and Carey, whose first date was at Disneyland, never had that chance to get together again.

February 14, 2020 | 6:30 a.m.: A sunrise hike

Amie Harwick / Credit: Robert Coshland
Amie Harwick / Credit: Robert Coshland

February 14, 2020: Valentine's Day breakfast

Cleopatra Slough and Amie Harwick / Credit: Robert Coshland
Cleopatra Slough and Amie Harwick / Credit: Robert Coshland

Amie and Cleopatra stopped at the Beachwood Café, where Amie talked about how happy she was with her professional and personal lives, and how she was looking forward to doing so much more in the future.

February 14, 2020 | 7 p.m.: A night out with friends

Miss Tosh / Credit: Miss Tosh
Miss Tosh / Credit: Miss Tosh

Amie and several friends showed up at the Globe Theater, where yet another friend, burlesque impresario Miss Tosh, had organized a show with performers celebrating the holiday, whether they were single, or in a romantic relationship. That night, Amie wore her rosary beaded necklace, which would later become key evidence in her death.

February 14, 2020 | Valentine's night: An ominous event

Amie Harwick, left, Miss Tosh, second from left, and friends at the burlesque show. / Credit: Miss Tosh
Amie Harwick, left, Miss Tosh, second from left, and friends at the burlesque show. / Credit: Miss Tosh

While Amie and friends were taking pictures and cheering on the burlesque performers, her roommate – who was asleep on the ground floor of Amie's home -- was awakened by what he believed was a plate smashing on the floor above him. Thinking it was Amie, he fell back to sleep. Investigators, however, would later theorize that an intruder was breaking into Amie's home.

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