New documents were released Tuesday afternoon reveal gruesome details surrounding Autry's death.
According to an affidavit filed in Allen County District Court by the Associated Press, Autry's breasts and lower torso were sprayed with hairspray and then set on fire in the May 4 attack.
A doctor who performed the autopsy said Autry suffered third and fourth degree burns on her torso. Autry died at Vanderbilt Hospital May 7, three days after the fire in her dorm room.
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