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||3 December 1977
||Belgrade, Serbia (former Yugoslavia)
||16 March 2010 (aged 32)
||Singer, Model, Dancer
Ksenija Pajčin (3 December 1977 – 16 March 2010) was a popular Serbian singer and dancer. Sometimes referred to as Xenia, she was known for her sometimes sexually appealing image on stage.
Pajčin was born in Belgrade and her family originates from Gubin, Bosnia and Herzegovina. She started her professional dancing career at discotheques and worked as a background dancer for her cousin Baja Mali Knindža.
She started her career as a go-go dancer. She was offered the opportunity to join a pop group, The Duck. As a dancer, she was famous in Greece, where she performed in numerous night clubs. Ksenija later went on to have a solo music career, and while her vocals were not impressive, she garnered attention for her dancing and outfits. She owned a dance studio in Belgrade and worked as a model. She frequently appeared in tabloids and was known for her outrageous statements. She openly discussed her sex life and plastic surgery.
At approximately 18:00 on 16 March 2010, the bodies of the 32-year old singer and her boyfriend Filip Kapisoda, a 22-year old model, were found in her apartment in Belgrade. Both had gunshot wounds to the head. Police suspect a murder-suicide, with Kapisoda as the shooter. Police were called to the house several nights earlier as the couple were reported by neighbors because Kapisoda had broken into Pajcin's apartment, knocking down the door. Early investigation reports stated that the dead bodies were discovered by the singer's mother, and that the gun used in the homicide was found next to Kapisoda's body. It is believed that the motive for the murder-suicide was jealousy.
- Too Hot to Handle (1997)
- Extreme (2001)
- Magije (2004)
- The Best Of... (2006)
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