Alix Tichelman, who served time in jail for the death of a Google executive, was indicted Monday by a grand jury in Georgia on murder charges for the 2013 heroin overdose death of her ex-boyfriend.

The 31-year-old is accused of causing the fatal overdose of her former boyfriend Dean Riopelle in September 2013. Riopelle died two month’s before millionaire Google executive Forrest Hayes overdosed on his yacht in Santa Cruz, California, according to The New York Daily News.

The former high-end escort, dubbed the “Call Girl Killer,” pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in Hayes’s death and served three years at the Santa Cruz County Jail. She was released a year ago and was immediately deported to Canada, where she currently lives, KSBW reported.

Tichelman now faces extradition to Fulton County, Georgia.

“Tichelman’s case here in Fulton County is still active and open, and the District Attorney’s Office will be working with Canadian authorities to arrest and extradite Tichelman back to the United States to face those charges,” Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard said in a statement to Newsweek.

Tichelman was indicted in September 15, 2017, on two counts of felony murder, one count of distribution of heroin and one count of distribution of oxycodone, the statement said.

Tichelman told KSBW that she was not involved in Riopelle’s fatal heroin overdose and was upset that Santa Cruz Police had attempted to connect her to it. She also revealed details of the fatal night on Hayes’ yacht.

She said Hayes hired her on the sugar daddy website Seeking Arrangement and asked her to meet him on his yacht. Tichelman said that Hayes was “very adamant” about partying with heroin. She injected Hayes with heroin and he died just moments later.

Tichelman claimed she was unaware that Hayes had taken Valium and drank alcohol before meeting with her. “He seemed perfectly sober to me. If I had known both of those pieces of information, I would have never let him take the drugs,” she told KSBW.

The former escort said she regretted not calling 911 but maintained she did not know Hayes was in “immediate distress.”

She said she is now clean and sober and is working a “normal job.”