The FBI is investigating the mysterious death of an American woman aboard a cruise ship in the Caribbean.
Fifty-two-year-old Almarosa Tenorio died Tuesday morning after reportedly plunging from the upper deck of a Royal Princess cruise ship.
It was heading to Aruba from Fort Lauderdale.
Aruba based media report a man was seen choking the woman before the fall, and her death is being treated as a possible homicide.
Investigators are still working to determine how she plummeted 14 stories – onto a lifeboat.
The Royal Princess has 19 decks. Its SeaWalk promenade, on the 16th deck, is 128 feet above the ocean.
The ship — flagship of the Princess line — departed Nov. 9 from Port Everglades on a 7-day Southern Caribbean cruise.
It returned to Fort Lauderdale on Saturday. It's capacity is 3,600 passengers.