The battered body of Eva Rhodes has been found in Hungary, The Times of London reports. Rhodes, 65, was a former model who once appeared in a film by John Lennon and Yoko Ono in the 1960s. Eight months ago she disappeared from the Puss in Boots Animal Trust in Hungary, a shelter that she started 12 years ago with her savings. The police have arrested a coworker who apparently admitted to the killing. The 30-year-old man said he argued with Rhodes about his pay on September 10, the day she vanished. He also admitted to hitting her on the head, stealing money and her laptop, and attempting to burn her body. When it rained, he buried what was left of her. Rhodes' sister angrily called the police investigation "a joke; at first they refused to accept they even needed to investigate."