The boyfriend of the abandoned man of a lost Connecticut woman was allowed to leave the state on Friday, even though she and her boyfriend face disappearing taxes.
A judge said Michelle Troconis can leave Connecticut and New York to stay with someone she has known since she was a teenager from June 30 to July 17, according to court documents and NBC Connecticut. The judge stated that she should stay in the house during the journey.
Troconis and her boyfriend, Fotis Dulos, are both out on the band after being arrested for preventing prosecution and tampering with evidence in his disappearance foreign wife, Jennifer Dulos, 50 years.
Fotis and Jennifer Dulos were in the midst of a disputed two-year-old parenting over their five children when she disappeared on May 24.
The new canaan police said they found blood in Jennifer Dulos's house along with "evidence of attempts to clean the crime scene" and the prosecutors said they found Fotis Dulos & # 39; DNA in the home. Investigators also found Jennifer Dulos' blood on things Fotis Dulos was seen on surveillance video with Troconis, who was standing in the bin at Hartford the day the woman disappeared.
On Sunday, Fotis Dulos's lawyer, Norm Pattis, drove the thought that Jennifer Dulos could have played his own disappearance as the protagonist of the short story and the movie "Gone Girl". On Wednesday, he said his team "actively considered the revenge-suicide hypothesis as an explanation for her disappearance."
On Thursday, Pattis released a statement saying that Troconis knows where Fotis Dulos was when Jennifer Dulos walked away and appealed to the state to drop charges against Troconis so she could testify in his defense.
"Michelle gives Fotis a complete alibi for the morning by Mrs Dulos & # 39; disappears," says Pattis. "However, she will not testify as long as the state is pushing its condemnable claims against her. We urge the state to reject the charges against Michelle so she is available to testify to the defense of photographs."
But when Troconi's lawyers requested permission for her leaving the state Wednesday they also asked the judge to ban Fotis Dulos and his team from contacting her and said they had made comments that could hurt her case and Troconis was "absolutely opposed" to any communication with Fo tis Dulos. The judge also gave this request Friday.