Autopsy results revealed in the gruesome slaying of Victoria Martens

*Warning: Autopsy report contains graphic details*

The autopsy report for the young girl brutally killed in Albuquerque in August was released by the Office of the Medical Investigator at the University of New Mexico on Monday.

Victoria Martens was found dead on the day she was to celebrate her 10th birthday.

The autopsy report revealed that the cause of death was manual strangulation. Victoria also showed signs of having the human papilloma virus, a sexually transmitted disease, according to the autopsy report.

Authorities discovered the gruesome murder scene at the apartment where Victoria lived with her mother, Michelle Martens.

Martens, 35, her 31-year-old boyfriend Fabien Gonzalez and his 31-year old cousin, Jessica Kelley were charged in Victoria’s death. They were also charged with kidnapping and tampering with evidence.

Gonzalez and Kelley were charged with sexual penetration of a minor.

Police said Victoria Martens was injected with meth, sexually assaulted, strangled and stabbed before being dismembered.

The autopsy report also states that the girl had high levels of alcohol in her system.

According to the criminal complaint, the mother told police Gonzales drugged the girl so he could calm her down and have sex with her. She said Kelley held her hand over Victoria's mouth and stabbed her in the stomach after Gonzales choked the child.

The complaint also states that the mother told investigators that Gonzales and Kelley dismembered Victoria.

One of the police officers who arrived at the apartment found the girl's body in a bathroom, rolled up in a blanket that had been set on fire.